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At least ten people were killed after fire broke out in a residential building in northern China's Tianjin on Friday.
The Xinhua news agency, quoted the local authorities, as saying that another five suffered minor injuries.
The injured were rushed to the hospital.
The fire is believed to have started in an area with housing interior decoration materials.
However, the exact cause is still unknown.
The authorities have ordered a citywide safety inspection.
Some suspects, who could be responsible for the fire-broke out, were held for investigation.
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