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24 Nov 2010 11:09 GMT | Environment, Humanitarian crises, Asia Pacific
The New Zealand government is promising to launch an inquiry into the Pike River Mine disaster after police said they now believe 29 men that have been trapped underground for days are all dead.Police said there was a second massive explosion in the mine on Wednesday, and that no one could have survived the blast.
Source: Al Jazeera
Robot used to assess toxic gas levels breaks down in mine where 29 miners have been trapped for five days.
Environment, Humanitarian crises, Asia Pacific, US & Canada, Australia
Levels of dangerous gases in mine shaft found to be still too high, sparking concern for safety of 29 trapped men.
Environment, Humanitarian crises, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Chile
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Media, Cuba, Fidel Castro
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