Turkish PM says 120 workers still believed trapped in coal mine

By REUTERS
May 14, 2014 16:32

 
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Around 120 workers were still thought to be trapped in a coal mine in western Turkey where 238 miners were killed after a fire, in one of the country's worst ever industrial disasters, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday.

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