Germany: Fire breaks out at Hamburg refugee centre

A fire at a refugee camp in Hamburg is now under control after several of the 16 residential containers caught ablaze, Tuesday, with three of the containers damaged and at least one inhabitable. Ten people were rescued from the blaze with five others initially reported as missing, but a fire brigade spokesperson later reported that all 15 residents are unharmed. The cause of the fire is unknown but police have said that criminal investigators will inspect the scene of the fire. According to the social security office, the refugee centre accommodates delinquent refugee youths.