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    2019-02-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

24 bodies recovered

THE bodies of 24 gold miners have been recovered from a flooded mine in Zimbabwe, and rescuers have pulled out eight survivors who had been trapped underground.

Authorities said the accident happened after shafts and underground tunnels where the illegal miners were working became flooded by water from a burst dam last Tuesday. Around 70 workers are feared trapped in the incident.

IS English voice

MORE than four years ago, the FBI appealed to the public to help identify the narrator in one of the Islamic State group’s best-known videos, showing captured Syrian soldiers digging their own graves and then being shot in the head.

Speaking fluent English with a North American accent, the man would go on to narrate countless other videos and radio broadcasts by the Islamic State.

Now Mohammed Khalifa, a 35-year-old Canadian citizen who studied at a college in Toronto, says he is the anonymous narrator.

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