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{{China}}According to local media, 25 people have died in an illegal coal mine in central [[China]], after a fire broke out there.
 
The incident occurred at the mines of the Dongxing Coal Mining Company, near the city of [[w:Zhengzhou|Zhengzhou]], the capital of the [[w:Henan|Henan]] province;. itIt is believed that the fire was started by an electrical fault, the [[w:Xinhua|Xinhua]] news agency reports. There were 31 total miners inside the mine; six were able to escape, but the others burnt to death.
 
The owner, manager, and an investor of the mine were taken into police custody on Monday. Their assets, and that of the mine, have been frozen by the authorities. It was not immediately clear what caused the blaze, although an investigation is underway.
 
China's mines are the deadliest in the world; according to [[w:Al Jazeera|Al Jazeera]], several thousand miners die each year due to accidents in them. Earlier this month, over 30 people were killed in another coal mine in the northern part of the country, after a flood. The government has pledged to crack down upon illegal mines and enforce safety rules.
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|date=March 1516, 2010}}
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