PHOTOS: Deadly explosion at port in China

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Thursday, August 13, 2015
Smoke and fire rises after an explosion in the Binhai New Area in north China's Tianjin Municipality
Trucks pass a bridge near the site of explosions in the Binhai New Area in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality
In this photo released by Xinhua News Agency smoke and fire erupt into the night sky after an explosion in the Binhai New Area
Smoke and fire erupt into the sky after an explosion in the Binhai New Area in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality
Firefighters in protective gear watch as smoke continues to billow out after an explosion at a warehouse
Smoke billows from the site of an explosion that reduced a parking lot filled with new cars to charred remains
Photographers walk near the deformed remains of containers after an explosion at a warehouse
Smoke rise from the site of explosions from a nearby building in the Binhai New Area in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality
Photographers walk near the charred remains of a warehouse and new cars after an explosion
A man takes a photo near a burnt drum that residents said flew from a nearby explosion
Charred remains of new cars are photographed after an explosion tore through the parking lot of a warehouse in northeastern China
Smoke billows from the site of an explosion that reduced a parking lot filled with new cars to charred remains
A dormitory destroyed by the shockwave of a nearby explosion is seen in the northeastern China's Tianjin municipality
Charred remains of a warehouse and new cars are left burned after an explosion at a warehouse in northeastern China
Chinese police help a man to safety near the site of an explosion in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality
A man with his wounds bandaged eats a bun in a hospital receiving victims of an explosion in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality
A man with his wounds bandaged rests outside a hospital receiving victims of an explosion in northeastern China's Tianjin municipality
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Smoke and fire rises after an explosion in the Binhai New Area in north China's Tianjin Municipality
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Explosions that sent huge fireballs through China's Tianjin port have disrupted the flow of cars, oil, iron ore and other items through the world's 10th largest port.