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Mining Security Stressed in China

Officials Responsible for Coal Mine Explosions Investigated(20011121)

An Jun, director of village committee of Wangjiazui Village of Datong, is under investigation. The State Administration for Safe Production Supervision (SASPS) has said those officials responsible for last week's series coal mine explosions in Shanxi Province will be punished. 

Officials Responsible for Coal Mine Explosions Investigated(20011121)

Jiang Deru, Secretary of Party general branch of Wangjiazui Village of Datong, is under investigation. The State Administration for Safe Production Supervision (SASPS) has said those officials responsible for last week's series coal mine explosions in Shanxi Province will be punished.  

Small Coal Mines in Shanxi Ordered to Stop Production for Safety Checks(20011120)

14 miners are still stranded underground by a gas explosion at 10:00 Saturday morning in Daquanwan Coal, Shanxi Province. 

Mine Explosion Kills 33 in North China(20011118)

Thirty-three miners were killed in a gas explosion inside a coal mine in Jiaocheng County, north China's Shanxi Province, Thursday night, according to local police.  

State Council Investigation Team at NandanĦĦĦĦ (20010810)

Members of the State Council Investigation Team make a field survey in Lajiapo Coal Mine in Nandan County, southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Thursday August 9, 2001. Underground water flooded the Lajiapo Coal Mine and Longshan Coal Mine around July 17, causing an unknown number of deaths. 

Probe into Nandan Mine Accidents (20010807)

Li Dongming (L), general manager of Longquan Mining and Smelting General Factory, is shown being questioned by police in an undated photo in Nandan county of southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Underground water flooded the Lajiapo Coal Mine and Longshan Coal Mine, both affiliated to the Longquan Mining and Smelting General Factory, around 03:30 am July 17, causing an unknown number of deaths. Fifteen suspects allegedly responsible for the accidents, including Li Dongming, had been detained by the 5th of August. Investigations are still going on to ascertain the exact cause and loss of the accidents.  

Probe into Nandan Mine Accidents (20010807)

Li Jiaxi, head of Lajiapo Coal Mine, denies the accident while being interviewed by journalists July 28, 2001, in Nandan county of southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Underground water flooded the Lajiapo Coal Mine and Longshan Coal Mine, both affiliated to the Longquan Mining and Smelting General Factory, around 03:30 am July 17, causing an unknown number of deaths. Fifteen suspects allegedly responsible for the accidents, including Li Dongming, general manager of the factory, had been detained by the 5th of August. Investigations are still going on to ascertain the exact cause and loss of the accidents.  

Central Government Investigates Mine Accidents (20010806)

An investigation team from the central government headed by Li Rongrong, head of the State Economic and Trade Commission, went to Nandan County in southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region earlier this week to investigate the disasters which occurred in two coal mines in the county.  

Rescued Miners in Sound Conditions (20010726)

A doctor makes a routine physical check on a rescued miner at a hospital in Jiawang District of Xuzhou city, east China's Jiangsu province July 25, 2001. The 13 rescued miners after the explostion occured July 22 in a small coal mine here are in good conditions while the efforts to dig out those still trapped are in full swing at press time.

46 Bodies Discovered After Coal Mine Explosion (20010724)

By early Tuesday morning, the bodies of 46 victims had been found at the coal mine in Xuzhou City, east China's Jiangsu Province, where an explosion Sunday morning trapped 105 miners underground, rescuers said Tuesday.  
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