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Mourning for blasts victims A mourning ceremony is held for the victims of the massive warehouse explosions near the blast site in Tianjin, north China, Aug. 18, 2015. The death toll from last week's massive blasts in Tianjin rose to 114. Photo: Xinhua

Tianbin Apartment ripped through A convenience store at the Tianbin Apartment is ripped through by the blasts. The compound is about one kilometer away from the blasts site and residents in the apartment have been evacuated.

Buildings damaged by blasts A company's building is damaged by the blasts at Binhai New Area of Tianjin. Photo: Wang Lingyu

Temperory shelter A temperory shelter is set up at the TEDA industrial zone second primary school. Volunteers distributed water, food and tents to local residents. Photos: Wang Lingyu

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