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Manchester Dogs' Home fire: more than 150 dogs rescued

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Over 150 dogs have been rescued from a blaze that swept through Manchester Dogs' Home on Thursday evening.

Donations have poured in from well-wishers and more than £500,000 has already been raised to help.

But at least 43 animals died, said Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue.

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of arson, which means deliberately setting fire to buildings or other property, with the intent to cause damage.

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