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Remembering UK’s Grenfell Tower Blaze

A year ago, the London district of North Kensington awoke to disaster. Expand Street art in Ladbroke Grove, West London, commemorating the victims of Grenfell Tower fire, December 2017. © 2017 Benjamin Ward/Human Rights Watch A horrific night-time fire had ripped through Grenfell Tower, a high-rise block containing mostly social housing. It killed 71 people and a stillborn baby. It injured seventy, left hundreds homeless, and traumatized thousands. The tragedy resonates far beyond the local area. Justice has been a key demand for the families of those who died in the June 14 blaze. The…

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