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(People's Daily Online)    10:27, August 17, 2015

China's Chief of Work Safety under Investigation

Yang Dongliang, director of the State Administration of Work Safety, is under investigation by the CPC's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI). Yang is suspected of "severe violation of discipline and law", the CCDI announced in a statement on Tuesday, without providing further details.

Domestic and foreign media organizations enter core area of Tianjin blasts

The news center for the Tianjin blasts organized more than 60 domestic and foreign media organizations including CNN, Al Jazeera, France Televisions to make interviews on an overpass about 300 meters away from the core area.

 Mourning ceremony held for Tianjin blasts victims

Chinese port city Tianjin stops Tuesday morning to mourn for the more than 100 who died from last week's warehouse blasts.Horns of the cargo ships at the port wailed in grief, while people in seven venues stood in silence to mourn at around 9 a.m. Tuesday, the seventh day after the accident.

China steps up rescue in massive Tianjin blasts

Thousands of rescuers, soldiers and medics have been mobilized to search for the missing, clean up toxic chemicals and treat the injured after last week's Tianjin explosions.

State Oceanic Administration: Trace of cyanide detected in seawater at Tianjin Port

Two stations have detected trace of cyanide in the Gangchi Area at Tianjin Port. The largest concentration is 0.00156mg/L, which is lower than the first-class seawater quality standard (0.005mg/L).The current concentration of cyanide in seawater won't have an impact on the marine ecological environment, according to the recent news released by the official website of State Oceanic Administration Monday.


Fires seen, explosions heard at site of Tianjin blasts this morning

As of 9:20 am on Monday, fires are still seen and new explosions are heard at the center of the blast site in Tianjin, north China.

Death toll rises to 114, 70 still missing from Tianjin Blast

Death toll rises to 114, 70 still missing from Tianjin Blast, official says at press conference Monday morning.

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