Meghalaya: Indian Navy joins search operation for trapped miners

Navy divers join forces in the desperate search to find a group of miners missing in the Indian state for two weeks.

    Rescue efforts have been stepped up in India's Meghalaya state to find 15 miners trapped for over two weeks.

    The Indian Navy divers have joined the search operation, looking for the teenage miners trapped inside an illegal coal mine since December 13.

     

    Al Jazeera's Katia Lopez-Hodoyan reports.


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