Fire in Guyana School Dormitory Kills at Least 20

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At least 20 people, many of them children, were killed when a fire engulfed a dormitory at a school in central Guyana, the government said on Monday.

Several others were injured in the blaze, which broke out overnight in the town of Mahdia, including seven students who were in critical condition and were being evacuated by plane as part of a “a full-scale medical emergency action plan,” the government said in a statement.

“We have lost many beautiful souls in that fire,” the statement…

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