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First bodies recovered after mining accident in DRC

By AFP
14 September 2020   |   9:00 am
After two days of searching, rescue teams recover the first bodies of gold diggers missing since the accident that struck their artisanal gold mine in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on Friday.

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