Wirtschaft 14.01.2013

China: Das Leid unter Tage

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Miners wait for the news of their colleagues trapp

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Miners wait for the news of their colleagues trapp

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CHINA COAL RESERVE FIELD

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A earthmover is used to shovel coal onto trucks at…

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Miners walk out from a coal mine after their shift

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A miner puts on boots as he prepares for his shift

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A miner moves coal by hand at the Dayangou mine ne…

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Miners work at the Haizhou open-cast coal mine in

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Miners work at a mine near Changzhi, Shanxi, China…

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An injured coal miner receives medical treatment a…

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A view of the Dayangou mine near Changzhi, Shanxi,…

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Rescuers

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A miner in car comes out from coal mine in Fuxin

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A miner rests his feet as he takes a break at a co

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A miner works at the Haizhou open-cast coal mine i

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A rescue worker rests on the ground during a break…

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CHINA COAL MINING EXPO

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