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Rome's main Fiumicino airport was closed Thursday after a fire badly damaged the main international terminal building but nobody was seriously hurt in the blaze, officials said.The airport, Italy's busiest with 39 million passengers in 2014, will remain closed until 2 p.m. (1200 GMT), they said. The officials said some flights already set for departure from other terminals at the airport had been allowed to take off after the fire broke out.The fire broke out shortly after midnight (2200 GMT) in Terminal 3, which is used for international flights.
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