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Indian rescuers dig vertical shaft into mountain to free 41 trapped workers

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India's military brought in specialised equipment Sunday as efforts to free 41 trapped workers in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand entered a third week, with digging ongoing in three directions after repeated setbacks to the operation.

Added on the 27/11/2023 05:13:50 - Copyright : AFP EN

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