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Yet another "massive explosion" in China. A chemical complex [factory] has blown up.
1. "China explosion: City of Shandong rocked as huge blast rips through chemical factory"
"A massive explosion has ripped through a region in China."
"Bright flames and black smoke were seen from what is thought to be a chemical factory this evening."
2. "Dongying factory blast kills one, six execs arrested"
"A blast seen and heard in a chemical industry zone in Lijin, Dongying City of Shandong on Aug. 31st, 2015".
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"The company . . . had the capacity to produce 20,000 tons of adhesive materials annually"
TWO such catastrophic detonations in rapid succession [two in two weeks] does raise a lot of eyebrows in some quarters I am sure. The thought is perhaps only an industrial accident it both cases but also look further for that terrorist connection.
This suspicious too? Or mere coincidence?
3. "Suspected location of mystery Nazi gold train set ablaze but authorities insist it wasn't arson"
"The mystery surrounding a legendary Nazi gold train buried in Poland took a new twist after the suspected location of the armoured train and its cargo went up in flames."
"The embankment by the Wroclaw-Walbrzych main line considered to be the favourite for the train’s location in the town of Walbrzych, southern Poland, was burnt along with 219 square yards of forest and bush on it."
Devoted readers to the blog take it from there. See previous blog entry germane to item # 3.