At least two people have been killed after fire engulfed a three-storey shopping complex in central Russia, local officials said, quoted by CNN. At least five other people were injured in the fire, in the city of Ufa, and dozens of fire-fighters were sent to tackle the blaze. The cause of the fire is not known, but unconfirmed reports say it started after an explosion. The building was evacuated amid fears the roof could collapse.
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