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Two churches were set on fire in Mississippi

A series of fires broke out at the end of the night from November 7 to 8 in Jackson, Mississippi, United States, a few hours before the opening of the polls for the midterm elections (mid- terms), hotly contested between the two camps of a very polarized and impoverishing America.


“An arson investigation was underway Tuesday after seven fires broke out overnight at two churches, a gas station and four other buildings near Jackson State University in Mississippi, officials said. local media officials.

Video footage showed the worst of seven fires near the historically black university left Epiphany Church in ruins. No injuries were reported, ABC affiliate WAPT reported.

The Jackson Fire Department began receiving calls around 2:45 a.m., Deputy Chief Patrick Armon told WAPT. The Jackson Fire Department did not immediately respond to questions from Reuters.


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