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Uniformed police officers on September 12, 2011 secure the scene of a fire after the explosion of a fuel pipeline in a slum area in Nairobi. At least 120 people burned to death on September 12 when the pipeline burst into flames. A police commander said more than 100 people had been killed in the explosion at Nairobi's Lunga Lunga industrial area, which is surrounded by the densely packed tin-shack housing of the Sinai slum.
Uniformed police officers on September 12, 2011 secure the scene of a fire after the explosion of a fuel pipeline in a slum area in Nairobi. At least 120 people burned to death on September 12 when the pipeline burst into flames. A police commander said more than 100 people had been killed in the explosion at Nairobi's Lunga Lunga industrial area, which is surrounded by the densely packed tin-shack housing of the Sinai slum.

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