An explosion caused by stored chemicals has killed six people and injured 37 at an internet cafe in south-west China.
The Kaili city government in Guizhou province said in a statement that the blast occurred at a cafe under a bridge late on Saturday.
Eleven of those hurt were seriously injured.
The official Xinhua News Agency said the explosion was so powerful it shattered the windows of nearby residential buildings.
A human rights group said industrial chemicals stored in the cafe caused the blast. The fax from the Hong Kong-based Information Centre for Human Rights and Democracy cites a police source for that information.