Fire consumes Glasgow School of Art for second time

Multi-million dollar building restoration on one of the Scottish city's most beloved cultural treasures was nearly finished after a 2014 blaze.

    The world-renowned Glasgow School of Art in Scotland has been destroyed by fire for a second time in four years.

    An estimated $35m worth of restoration work from the first fire was nearly finished.

    Al Jazeera's Dayana Karim reports.


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