38 children killed making fireworks at Chinese school

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Mar 08, 2001 · Unconfirmed reports said four teachers, one of them a woman, and 38 children were either killed by the blast or were crushed when the two-storey Fanglin village primary school collapsed.

Fireworks in china : simplebooklet.com

One case of this was in a school when children aged 9-11 inserted fuses into fireworks, sparking them. The school principal was allowing this to happen. Over 11,000 kilometres away from the cozy stores, 5-year-old Cheng is making fireworks in a dirty factory in the Hunan province.

Firecracker death school is bulldozed – Telegraph

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Mar 10, 2001 · CHINESE officials have bulldozed the site of an explosion that killed 39 children who had been forced to make fireworks at school by corrupt teachers and officials, it emerged yesterday.

41 dead in Chinese school explosion | Daily Mail Online

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At least 41 people, most of them children, were killed when an explosion ripped through a primary school in central China and one official said that fireworks could be to blame.

Kindergarten bombing marks latest Chinese school attack

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Officials blamed a mentally ill man who charged into the school in Jiangxi province with a bag full of dynamite, although parents claimed the children had been forced to make fireworks at the

Kindergarten bombing marks latest Chinese school attack

Jun 16, 2017 · Officials blamed a mentally ill man who charged into the school in Jiangxi province with a bag full of dynamite, although parents claimed the children had been forced to make fireworks at the school.

Fireworks Blamed in Chinese School Blast / Forced labor

Students were being forced to make firecrackers during their lunch break for teachers seeking extra cash in a rural elementary school that was ripped apart by an explosion that killed at least 37

Ex-nurse stabs 8 children to death in Chinese school | The

A Chinese woman whose child was killed in a stabbing incident gets help outside a elementary school in Nanping in east China’s Fujian province, March 23, 2010.