Eight people killed in Malawi independence day stampede
LILONGWE (Reuters) – At least eight people, seven of whom were children, were killed in a stampede in Malawi during the southern African country’s independence day celebrations at a stadium in the capital, police said on Thursday.
Independence Day stampede kills 8 in Malawi
Stampede occurs outside football stadium in capital Lilongwe, fatalities include children
‘No ticket, no admission’: Eight dead, 62 hurt in Malawi Independence Day stampede
At least eight people have died in Malawi, with dozens injured after the country’s Independence Day celebrations were tragically marred by a stampede at the Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.
Malawi football stadium stampede kills eight
Eight people – including seven children – have died in a stampede ahead of a football match in Malawi, police say.
Dozens more were injured in the crush at Lilongwe’s Bingu national stadium.