Man Charged with New Zealand Hostel Fire Murders

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New Zealand police have charged a 48-year-old man with five counts of murder in relation to a deadly hostel fire.
He had already been detained and charged with arson over the blaze in Wellington last month.
Loafers Lodge, a four-storey emergency housing hostel in the capital, burned down on 16 May killing five people.
The incident has renewed debate about New Zealand’s housing crisis as the site had been home to members of vulnerable and marginalised groups.

Written by: Helen Obih

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