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>> The search for bodies in Siberia has ended. From the chard remains of the shopping mall fire in Kemerovo where 64 people were killed. Now Russia must come to grips with the devastation left behind as the first funerals begin. 41 of the dead are children. The fire tore through the mall's upper floors, but it started in a children's playroom which firefighters say was found completely melted.
Crowds have be gathering to mourn the victims in Kemerovo and in Moscow.>>
> This father telling the heartbreaking story of his last words to his daughter on the phone, who told him she was trapped and suffocating. President Vladimir Putin flew to Kemerovo to meet with those affected, vowing action and harsh punishment for those responsible.
For many here, though, that's no consolation. Grief is turning to anger over why the fire happened, with thousands demonstrating on Tuesday. Investigators say fire exits had been blocked and fire alarms weren't working. Many locals also don't believe the official death toll of 64. They suspect a cover up and that hundreds were killed in the blaze, something that Putin has flatly denied.
This sentiment reflected in the vigils with one placard reading, how many victims are there really?