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Blasts at Weapons Depot Rock Republic of Congo – Wall Street Journal

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Blasts at Weapons Depot Rock Republic of Congo
Wall Street Journal
By DREW HINSHAW A series of explosions Sunday at an armory within a neighborhood in the Republic of Congo's riverside capital of Brazzaville killed at least 206 people and injured hundreds more as fires swept through homes, churches and businesses.
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Blasts rock Congo capital

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At least three explosions strike Brazzaville, sending up a cloud of smoke visible from neighbourhing Kinshasa.

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