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Deadly explosion in Mexico City

Mexican soldiers remove debris from the headquarters of

Mexican soldiers remove debris from the headquarters of the state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City, following a blast inside the building. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured, as a plume of black smoke billowed from the 54-floor tower, according to official sources. (Feb. 1, 2013) Photo Credit: Getty Images

An office building explosion left at least 32 people dead and 121 injured at the headquarters of state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City.

A Mexican Federal Police truck heads to the
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A Mexican Federal Police truck heads to the skyscraper that houses the headquarters of state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex, following a blast inside the building in Mexico City. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured people, according to official sources. (Jan. 31, 2013)

The Minister of the Interior, Miguel Angel Osorio
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The Minister of the Interior, Miguel Angel Osorio Chong addresses a news conference at the headquarters of state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City, following a blast inside the building. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured, according to official sources. (Jan. 31, 2013)

Rescue workers search for victims at the headquarters
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Rescue workers search for victims at the headquarters of state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City, following a blast inside the building. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured, as a plume of black smoke billowed from the 54-floor tower, according to official sources. (Jan. 31, 2013)

Rescue workers search for victims at the headquarters
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Rescue workers search for victims at the headquarters of state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City, following a blast inside the building. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured, as a plume of black smoke billowed from the 54-floor tower, according to official sources. (Jan. 31, 2013)

Employees and rescue workers listen as the Minister
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Employees and rescue workers listen as the Minister of the Interior, Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, out of frame, addresses a news conference at the headquarters of state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City, following a blast inside the building. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured, according to official sources. (Jan. 31, 2013)

Soldiers, Federal policemen and firefighter remove debris looking
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Soldiers, Federal policemen and firefighter remove debris looking for victims of the headquarters of state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City, following a blast inside the building. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured, as a plume of black smoke billowed from the 54-floor tower, according to official sources. (Feb. 1, 2013)

Soldiers patrol next to debris caused by an
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Soldiers patrol next to debris caused by an explosion at the state-owned oil company Pemex office complex in Mexico City. Rescuers searched for survivors Friday and authorities promised a thorough investigation after an office building blast killed at least 32 people and injured 121 at the headquarters. (Feb. 1, 2013)

Mexican soldiers remove debris from the headquarters of
Photo Credit: Getty Images

Mexican soldiers remove debris from the headquarters of the state-owned Mexican oil giant Pemex in Mexico City, following a blast inside the building. An explosion rocked the skyscraper, leaving at least 32 dead and 121 injured, as a plume of black smoke billowed from the 54-floor tower, according to official sources. (Feb. 1, 2013)

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