A building housing a pro-opposition television station was attacked and set of fire on October 7. The station’s owner said $1 million worth of damage was caused in the fire at the BKT building in Male, where Raajje Television is located. This video shows firefighters battling the blaze. Credit: Youtube/@inerds
Video: Attack sets Maldives opposition TV station on fire
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