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2006 Ferentari riot

Summary
A small riot took place in Ferentari–Zăbrăuți area of Bucharest, Romania on the evening of November 14, 2006. Ferentari is Bucharest's poorest district, with a bad reputation with respect to crime. Events preceding the riot The riot took place after four Roma children were asphyxiated in the basement of an apartment block in the Zăbrăuți area on November 13, as a result of a fire caused by candles. The children had lived with their mother in their dwelling for more than two years, and were obliged to light the basement with candles as they had no access to electricity. According to the administrator of the apartment block, none of the building's inhabitants had formal access to electricity for four years, with many people connecting themselves illegally to the electricity grid. The riot The riot occurred because Electrica, the electricity provider company, decided to cut the electricity of some blocks, due to energy the
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