Mining

Turkey Mine Disaster Rescue Operation Winds Up As Death Toll Rises To 301...SOMA, TURKEY - MAY 18:  Relatives of miner Turgut Jilmaz, who died in the explosion at Soma mine, grieve in their home in the hamlet of Elmadere close to the mine works on May 18, 2014 near Soma, Turkey. From the small hamlet of Elmadere, which is home to around 90 families, eleven miners died in the Soma mine disaster. Three individuals, who were among 25 people detained in connection with the mining disaster, are facing a charge of causing multiple deaths. 301 people died when an explosion and fire took place within the coal mine on Tuesday resulting in Turkey's worst ever mining disaster.

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Relatives of Turgut Jilmaz, a miner who died in the explosion at a coal mine in Soma, Turkey, grieve in their home in Elmadere. At least 301 people died in Turkey’s worst ever mining disaster. 

A miner carries baskets of sulphur stones out of the crater at the Kawan Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia.

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A miner carries baskets of sulphur stones out of the crater at the Kawan Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia.

Visitors stand at a site crane at the booth of the German company Liebherr at the International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines, Construction Vehicles and Construction Equipment "BAUMA" in Munich, southern Germany, on April 18, 2013. More than 3.400 exhibitors from 57 countries shows their newest products during one of the great trade fair until April 21, 2013.

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Visitors high in the sky and a crane site at the booth of the German company Liebherr at Bauma, the International Trade Fair in Munich, southern Germany, on April 18, 2013. More than 3.400 exhibitors from 57 countries shows their newest products during the great trade fair until April 21, 2013.