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People in the Chinese city of Tianjin whose homes were damaged by the huge explosions at on 12 August have staged protests to demand compensation from the government.
Scores gathered outside the Mayfair Hotel, where officials have been giving news conferences.
Residents say the chemical storage warehouses which blew up had been built illegally close to their homes.
The blasts focused on a warehouse which was storing sodium cyanide.
originally posted by: nonjudgementalist
You would find it difficult to name a country in today's world that doesnt have a sizeable part of its population that feels increasingly discontent.
originally posted by: 727Sky
a reply to: asen_y2k
After seeing the explosion and crater I am surprised there are enough still standing to make a protest.. What an awful mess.. I will bet there will be government officials that will be purged.