China saves the primary individual from the Shandong gold mine: the state media


© Reuters. Rescuers work at the Hushan gold mine in Qixia, where workers were trapped underground after the Jauary 10 explosion


BEIJING (Reuters) – A miner was rescued from a gold mine in northern China on Sunday morning, state media said after 14 days underground after an explosion.

Authorities said last week it could be two more weeks before the miners were out.

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