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24 bodies retrieved from flooded Zimbabwe gold mine: report

Bangkok Post Saturday, 16 February 2019
HARARE - Rescue workers retrieved 24 bodies and eight survivors Saturday from two flooded gold mines in Zimbabwe where officials fear dozens more illegal miners are still trapped, state television reported.
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The bodies of 24 gold miners have been recovered from a flooded mine in Zimbabwe. According to CNN, rescuers have reportedly pulled out eight survivors who had been trapped underground. Authorities said the accident happened after shafts and underground tunnels where the illegal miners were working...

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