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Haiti orphanage fire kills 15 children

SBS Saturday, 15 February 2020 ()
A Haitian children's home has been ravaged by fire leaving more than a dozen children dead.
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News video: Haiti orphanage fire: 13 children killed in blaze near capital

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Government closed around 160 orphanages in the past five years and hundreds more operate without official authorisation.

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