2009-11-27 11:07:11 GMT Xinhua English
HEGANG, Heilongjiang, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- Rescuers on Friday found the corpse of the last miner missing in the coal mine blast in northeast China, bringing the death toll to 108, the investigation authority said.
2009-11-25 06:23:21 GMT Xinhua English
HEGANG, Heilongjiang, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- One more body was retrieved from shaft Wednesday noon, bringing the death toll of the deadly coal mine blast in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to 107, local authorities said Wednesday afternoon.
2009-11-25 02:17:25 GMT Xinhua English
HEGANG,Heilongjiang, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- The death toll from the deadly coal mine blast in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province rose to 106 with two more bodies retrieved Wednesday morning, said local authorities.
2009-11-23 00:12:01 GMT Xinhua English
HEGANG, Heilongjiang, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- The death toll from the deadly coal mine blast in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province has risen to 104, said local authorities early Monday morning.
2009-11-26 13:09:32 GMT Xinhua English
Hundreds of people gathered at the Zhenxing Square in Hegang City, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, to mourn for the miners dead in the accident occurring in the Xinxing Coal Mine on Nov. 21.
2009-11-23 03:02:16 GMT Xinhua English
Relatives of coal miners come to the accident site to wait for further information in the Xinxing Coal Mine owned by the Heilongjiang Longmei Mining Holding Group in Hegang City, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Nov. 21, 2009.
2009-11-28 06:04:01 GMT Xinhua English
HEGANG, Heilongjiang, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- An official of the state-run coal mine in northeastern Heilongjiang Province, where 108 people were killed in a blast last Saturday, was removed from post Sunday, according to a company spokesman.
2009-11-26 09:00:26 GMT SINA.com
Over 300 citizens gather for a candlelight memorial to the victims of a gas blast at Xinxing coal mine in Hegang, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province November 25, 2009. The blast happening last Saturday has killed 107 miners.
2009-11-24 02:43:07 GMT SINA.com
HEGANG, November 23, 2009 - Gao Shujun is one of the seven million Chinese coal miners who every day brave long hours in dangerous working conditions, but it is the price he must pay for economic survival.
2009-11-24 02:38:06 GMT China Daily
The country's top work safety official has blamed poor management and inadequate safety precautions for Saturday's mine blast in Heilongjiang province that claimed at least 104 lives.
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