More than a week after two massive explosions at a chemical warehouse tore into the northeastern Chinese port of Tianjin, officials are still trying to work out how safe is the city’s air, its earth and its water.
A wave of attacks on the Afghan army and police and U.S. special forces in Kabul have killed at least 50 people and wounded hundreds, dimming hopes that the Taliban might be weakened by a leadership struggle after their longtime leader’s death.
The chief suspect is “an unnamed male foreigner”, according to an arrest warrant issued Wednesday by a Thai court. Authorities appear to have few solid leads and have given confusing and sometimes contradictory statements on the investigation.
Initial report suggests that at least nine people were injured in the explosion in the Shandong province city of Zibo, So far no news of any death has been reported from the site, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.