In the German city of Apolda, a fire broke out in a refugee shelter. One person died and eight were injured, the MDR TV channel reported on June 4, citing local police.
It is clarified that the deceased was a child.
As a result of the fire, the building burned down completely. About 300 people lived in it.
The reasons for the incident are being investigated.
Earlier, on May 13, it was reported that a center for Ukrainian refugees was hacked and set on fire in the north of Ireland. According to businessman Peter Casey, his non-profit center for Ukrainian refugees was broken into and seriously damaged by fire. He called the perpetrators of the fire bandits and promised to restore the premises.