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A Chinese boy looks at the cup before tournament play at the Tianjin Goldin Metropolitan Polo Club in Tianjin, China

Mother of a fireman Zhang Qian who killed in the Tianjin chemical explosions accident,  grieves on her son's tombstone at the 100th days memorial  in a martyr's cemetery in Tianjin city, China, on Thursday. Explosions and a fireball at a chemical warehouse killed at least 165 people in the north-eastern Chinese port city of Tianjin late on 12 August. The magnitude of the initial blast was similar to three tons of TNT exploding and a second blast's magnitude was equivalent to 21 tons of TNT, China's earthquake bureau said.

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Mother of a fireman Zhang Qian who killed in the Tianjin chemical explosions accident, grieves on her son’s tombstone at the 100th days memorial in a martyr’s cemetery in Tianjin city, China, on Thursday

Rescue workers stand in front of a damaged building near the site of last week's explosions at Binhai new district in Tianjin, China, August 17, 2015. Many operations have resumed at China's Tianjin port, trade sources said, after explosions last week that killed more than 100 people and disrupted business at what is an important oil, gas and bulk import harbor for Asia's biggest economy. The explosions on August 12 led to the disruption of all chemical and oil tanker discharges at the port, and imports of iron ore were also affected

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Rescue workers stand in front of a damaged building near the site of last week’s explosions at Binhai new district in Tianjin, China, on Monday

An injured man evacuated from the residential area near the explosion site looks towards pluming smoke in Binhai new district in Tianjin, China August 13, 2015. The death toll from two huge explosions that tore through an industrial area in the northeastern Chinese port of Tianjin more than doubled to 44, the official Xinhua news agency said on Thursday.  REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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An injured man evacuated from the residential area near the explosion site looks towards pluming smoke in Binhai new district in Tianjin, China. The death toll from two huge explosions that tore through an industrial area in the northeastern Chinese port of Tianjin more than doubled to 44, the official Xinhua news agency said on Thursday. 

Job seekers line up at a job fair at Tianjin University. According to local media, more than 6,000 people rushed to the job fair on Friday for openings from 300 companies against the backdrop that a decrease is expected in available positions for fresh graduates in the China job market in 2014.

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Jobseekers line up at a job fair at Tianjin university, China. According to local media, more than 6,000 people rushed to the job fair on Friday for openings from 300 companies, against the backdrop that a decrease is expected in available positions for fresh graduates in the China job market in 2014