Five people have died and up to 25 people are feared trapped in rubble after a fire at a shopping centre in the Russian city of Kazan.
The fire started in a first-floor cafe adjoining the Admiral centre on Wednesday and more than 600 people were cleared from the building.
Part of the centre collapsed and emergency officials said that 16 people were being treated in hospital.
Many more have been reported missing, Ria Novosti says.
“There are about 25 people who we can’t get in touch with. We’ve had many calls about it on our hot line,” the head of the Volga regional emergency centre Igor Panshin was quoted as saying. read more