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Yuan Lihai, center, speaks to investigators at the burnt remains of her private shelter for orphans and abandoned children in Lankao in central China's Henan province on Friday, Jan. 4, 2013. The fire at the private shelter in central China killed at least seven children on Friday, a local official said. China.org.cn said Yuan who owned the home, had for years been a street vendor in Lankao when she became locally known for sheltering abandoned children. Another report said she has taken in more than 100 children over the past two decades. AP
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