China is hoping for a miracle as hundreds of rescuers try to reach 21 miners trapped underground in the east of the country after an explosion, an operation that could take weeks.The blast on January 10 – days after authorities claimed a victory in reducing such accidents – trapped 22 men as they worked more than 600 metres underground at the Hushan gold mine in Qixia, Shandong.One worker is confirmed to have died, while 11 are known to be alive and 10 are missing.More than 600 rescuers,…



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