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Kenya Blaze Victims Buried in Mass Graves - 09 Feb 2009 - Sort by:
Kenya Blaze Victims Buried in Mass Graves - 09 Feb 2009
Kenya Blaze Victims Buried in Mass Graves - 09 Feb 2009
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MOLO, Kenya
An elderly man wipes tears from his eyes during a mass funeral for 89 people killed in a fire a fortnight ago in Molo town, about 196 km (122 miles) from the capital Nairobi, February 9, 2009. In one of Kenya's worst accident of recent times, a cigarette set off a petrol truck blaze with 119 fatalities, engulfing a crowd scrabbling for free fuel round the tanker that crashed near central Molo town on January 31, 2009. Some of the bodies of the victims were identified and claimed by their relatives. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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