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Villaggio Fire: A Tragedy Silenced

Villaggio Fire: A Tragedy Silenced

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Published by Omar Chatriwala
As images spread across the world - of thick smoke billowing from the mall, of firefighters looking confused and unprepared, of parents breaking down in tears of grief, of lifeless children being pulled from the roof - the question on everyone’s lips was, “why?”
"Villaggio Fire: A Tragedy Silenced" offers an in-depth look into one of Qatar's worst tragedies in recent memory. Nineteen people died, most of them small children, in what is largely seen as a preventable fire.
After the blaze, media and officials called for action and accountability, but a year later, those voices have all gone quiet.
As images spread across the world - of thick smoke billowing from the mall, of firefighters looking confused and unprepared, of parents breaking down in tears of grief, of lifeless children being pulled from the roof - the question on everyone’s lips was, “why?”
"Villaggio Fire: A Tragedy Silenced" offers an in-depth look into one of Qatar's worst tragedies in recent memory. Nineteen people died, most of them small children, in what is largely seen as a preventable fire.
After the blaze, media and officials called for action and accountability, but a year later, those voices have all gone quiet.

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Published by: Omar Chatriwala on May 28, 2013
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Shabina S. Khatri, Omar Chatriwala
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