The shopping center was a “complete loss,” a city official said. The cause of the explosion was unknown.
The blaze is setting off mines and other ordnance littering the war zone in eastern Ukraine, hampering already dangerous firefighting and evacuation efforts.
Dozens of worshipers were severely burned in the blast on Friday night just outside Dhaka.
After nearly 3,000 tons of ammonium nitrate caused a devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon, the West African nation of Senegal discovered the same amount sitting in its port in Dakar.
Six people were injured, officials said, including some who were taken to hospitals to be treated for burns.
Three homes were destroyed in the blast, the Fire Department said. Videos showed rubble and debris strewn across the street.
The videos offer clues into the blast’s cause and the strength of its destructive power.
Iranian officials say that some of the explosions at factories and military facilities, and some forest fires, may have been sabotage but blamed weather and accidents for the others.
Satellite photographs show the explosion happened at a missile production facility. Iran said the episode was a gas explosion at a different military base.