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“Chinatown” burns in Croatia

 
Police are investigating after a fire at Zagreb’s “Chinatown” late last night saw a number of Chinese shops go up in flames.

5 fire engines, with 13 fire-fighters arrived at the scene at around 9pm on Friday night and battled the flames as a number of Chinese businesses were on fire.

Police reported that nobody was hurt during the blaze, reported Croatian radiotelevision.

 

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