Up to 11 people were killed and 12 others injured in a fire that broke out at a labour accommodation camp in Qatar late on 1 June.
These workers were employed for a tourism project in the country.
State-owned Qatar News Agency said that the fire erupted in housing used by one of the companies working on a tourism project in Salwa, located in the country’s Al Areeq region.
“The firefighting team that reached the site in record time and evacuated the premises could control [the] spread of the fire to adjacent areas,” Qatar’s Ministry of Interior said in a Twitter update.
An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire, the ministry added in a separate tweet.