3 Kurdish girls die in a fire in Norway

6/1/2020 14:13:00

3 Kurdish girls and their mom died after a fire broke out in their home in the Norwegian city of Bergen.


A private source told PUKmedia on Monday that the fire broke out in a Kurdish family's home in Bergen city of Norway, which killed 3 daughters, and their mom, while the father and a son managed to get out safely.


According to the source, the mom managed to get out, but rushed back inside the burning house when she found out that her children were still inside.


The family is from Balbala district in Afrin, a city in western Kurdistan, and they are refugees in Norway.






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