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Real estate firm's chief says lessons have been learned from disaster

The fatal blasts in Tianjin last week have taught real estate developers to monitor closely what is planned for areas surrounding their residential complexes, the president of China's largest real estate developer by sales value has said.

Residents want govt to buy their property

Some property owners near the Tianjin blast site expect the government to buy apartments that were damaged by Wednesday's explosions, but government officials have not made such a commitment.

Heroes run against crowd, toward the danger

One sentence in the Newseum in Washington has stuck in my mind since a trip last summer: When you see people run against the crowd toward the danger, they are probably firefighters, police or journalists.