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Rescue crews move several Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) tanks to safety after a van gets burned in Shenyang, northeast China's Liaoning Province April 5. The van loaded with LNG tanks got self-ignited and led to the explosion. No casualties were reported.
Twenty-six people have been confirmed dead after a coal mine gas explosion in north China's Shanxi Province on Wednesday, local authorities said.
A conflagration burns down a fireworks warehouse in Donggang in northeastern China's Liaoning Province early on Sunday.
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- Safety Problems Remains
- Caution Called for at Mines as Winter Sets in
- Workplace Safety Stressed As Winter is Coming
- Great Efforts in Promoting Industrial Safety Called
- Supervising Supervisors
- Human Errors Blamed for Fatal Accidents
- Bigger Safety Deposit Needed
- Rules on Work in Hot Weather
- Profit Undermines Safety
- Don't Stop Mine Overhaul
- All Small Coal Mines to Be Closed by 2007: Official
- Safety Code to Manage Dangerous Chemicals
- Safety in Workplace Remains Top Concern
- Measures to Improve Work Safety
- Can Tougher Rules Put An End to Mine Disasters?
- Authorities Promise Work Safety Overhaul
- Do Not Ignore Safety of Migrant Workers
- Hold Officials to Account
- Public Security Education
- Human Factors Behind Accidents
- Officials Must Be Accountable
- Nepotism, Graft Undermine Safety
- Ministry of Labor and Social Security
- Ministry of Public Security
- Ministry of Supervision
- Ministry of Land and Resources
- Ministry of Construction
- Ministry of Railways
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