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November 15, 2011
A man walks past a photo exhibit of a building fire that killed 58 people, as he attends a ceremony to...
Shanghai, China
A man walks past a photo exhibit of a building fire that killed 58 people, as he attends a ceremony to...
A man walks past a photo exhibit of a building fire that killed 58 people, as he attends a ceremony to commemorate the first anniversary of the tragedy in Shanghai November 15, 2011. One year after the deadly fire in the high-rise Shanghai apartment building killed 58 people, the relatives of some of the victims are still fighting for the authorities to be more transparent about the disaster. The fire was blamed on unlicensed welding during renovations that set nylon netting ablaze, prompting public anger at lax enforcement of safety standards in a city that prides itself on being a modern, global financial hub. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: DISASTER)
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