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Three bodies found at Mexico Pemex blast site, toll reaches 36

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Rescue workers carry a stretcher with the body of the 36th victim at the site of an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress...more

Rescue workers carry a stretcher with the body of the 36th victim at the site of an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open up the state-run energy industry to more private investment. REUTERS/Stringer
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A soldier stands guard at the site of an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open...more

A soldier stands guard at the site of an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open up the state-run energy industry to more private investment. REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya
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People carry flowers next to a makeshift shrine at one of the entrances to the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to...more

People carry flowers next to a makeshift shrine at one of the entrances to the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open up the state-run energy industry to more private investment. REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya
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A woman cries while holding flowers next to a makeshift shrine at one of the entrances to the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was...more

A woman cries while holding flowers next to a makeshift shrine at one of the entrances to the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open up the state-run energy industry to more private investment. REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya
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People hold flowers near a makeshift shrine at one of the entrances to the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss...more

People hold flowers near a makeshift shrine at one of the entrances to the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex in Mexico City February 3, 2013. The death toll from the explosion at Pemex reached 36 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open up the state-run energy industry to more private investment. The government has said it is still too early to say if the explosion that killed at least 36 people at Pemex's main offices in Mexico City was due to an attack, an accident or negligence. REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya
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A picture of Maria de la Cruz Canales Gutierres, a Pemex employee who has been missing since an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex, hangs at the gate of the Pemex building in Mexico City February 3, 2013. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto announced in his twitter account that the death toll from the explosion at the headquarters of state-run oil monopoly Pemex reached 35 after another body was...more

A picture of Maria de la Cruz Canales Gutierres, a Pemex employee who has been missing since an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex, hangs at the gate of the Pemex building in Mexico City February 3, 2013. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto announced in his twitter account that the death toll from the explosion at the headquarters of state-run oil monopoly Pemex reached 35 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open up the state-run energy industry to more private investment. The government has said it is still too early to say if the explosion that killed at least 35 people at Pemex's main offices in Mexico City was due to an attack, an accident or negligence. The writing on the leaflet reads "Pemex employee missing, if you have seen her please report to the following numbers." REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya
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Rescue personnel carry a stretcher holding the body of a victim at the site of an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex, in Mexico City February 3, 2013. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto announced in his twitter account that the death toll from the explosion at the headquarters of state-run oil monopoly Pemex reached 35 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media....more

Rescue personnel carry a stretcher holding the body of a victim at the site of an explosion at the headquarters of state-owned oil giant Pemex, in Mexico City February 3, 2013. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto announced in his twitter account that the death toll from the explosion at the headquarters of state-run oil monopoly Pemex reached 35 after another body was recovered from the rubble on Sunday, according to local media. The disaster on Thursday struck two months into Pena Nieto's presidency, just as Congress was preparing to discuss his plans to open up the state-run energy industry to more private investment. The government has said it is still too early to say if the explosion that killed at least 35 people at Pemex's main offices in Mexico City was due to an attack, an accident or negligence. The writing on the paper reads "Silence." REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya
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