• 辽宁阜新

    时间:2005-02-18 23:17

    A relative (L) of a miner who was killed in a gas explosion in a mine in Fuxin city in China's northeastern province is comforted as she leaves a temporary morgue, February 18, 2005.

    A relative (C) of a miner who was killed in a gas explosion in a mine in Fuxin city in China's northeastern province is comforted as she leaves a temporary morgue February 18, 2005. China held funerals under tight police guard for some of the more than 200 coal miners killed in the worst blast to hit the disaster-plagued industry in more than half a century.

    A relative of a miner who was killed in a gas explosion mourns in a hotel in Fuxin, China February 18, 2005. China held funerals on Friday under tight police guard for some of the more than 200 coal miners killed in the worst blast to hit the disaster-plagued industry in more than half a century.

    Chinese workers shovel coal in the mine near Fuxin City in China's northeastern province February 18, 2005. China held funerals under tight police guard for some of the more than 200 coal miners killed in the worst blast to hit the disaster-plagued industry in more than half a century.

    Coffins with the bodies of miners who were killed in a gas explosion in a mine in Fuxin city in China's northeastern province are driven to a temporary morgue February 18, 2005.

    A Chinese man carries a sack with coal which he collected from the streets around the mine that was damaged by a gas explosion in Fuxin city in China's northeastern province, February 18, 2005.

    A Chinese rides a motor-tricycle near the mine that was damaged by a gas explosion in Fuxin City in China's northeastern province, February 18, 2005. China's industrial output surged 20.9 percent in the year through January, but growth was less than half that after adjustments for the Chinese New Year holiday, data showed on Friday.