Jan 22, 2016

"I Could Feel Death" - Massive Explosion Rocks Chinese Port City, Martial Law Declared, 42 Dead (9 Firemen), Over 400 Injured | Zero Hedge

Update (via Bernama): TIANJIN EXPLOSIONS KILL AT LEAST 42, INJURE OVER 400 Two powerful explosions at a "dangerous materials” warehouse jolted China's northeastern Tianjin on Wednesday night, leaving at least 42 people dead, including nine firefighters, and over 400 wounded.   The incident happened before midnight on Thursday; netizens on China-Twitter such as Weibo posted images of the blasts...

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