Memorial held for victims of Grenfell Tower fire

Six months ago the Grenfell Tower fire shocked London and raised angry questions about the safety of council homes. A memorial service has been held to honour the memory of the 71 people killed in the fire.


    It has been six months since one of the deadliest fires in modern British history. On Thursday, a memorial service was held in London to mark the fire at Grenfell Tower that killed 71 people.

    Members of the British royal family, Prime Minister Theresa May and emergency teams who worked on the night of the fire attended the service.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports.


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