New Delhi Fire Leaves Dozens Dead

NEW DELHI — Rescuers were searching for victims on Saturday in the ruins of a New Delhi commercial building that was gutted by fire the night before, leaving at least 27 people dead. Officials warned that the toll could rise.

The fire began a little before 5 p.m. on Friday in the four-story building, which housed a number of manufacturing operations that made closed-circuit television cameras. Most of the dead were assembly line workers, officials said.

Videos taken at the scene — in the…

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