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Minas Gerias

26 Jan 2019
Rescuers worked overnight into Saturday searching for around 300 people missing after a dam collapse at a mine in southeast Brazil killed at least nine, but the local governor said "odds are minimal" that they would be found alive. Seven bodies were recovered Friday hours after the disaster, which saw a torrent of mud break…

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