Villaggio reopens in Doha after May 28 fire
- Qatar: Saturday, September 22 - 2012 at 04:03
The Villaggio mall in the Qatari capital, Doha, has reopened partly Thursday afternoon after a 115-day closure following the fire accident on May 28 that killed 19 people, Gulf Times has reported. The portion of the shopping centre that housed the Gympanzee Nursery, where 13 children, four teachers and two fire fighters died of smoke inhalation, remains closed.
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