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At least 12 killed, 13 injured in coal mine accident in China

Beijing: At least 12 people were killed and 13 others were injured as a result of an accident at a coal mine in China's northeastern province of Heilongjiang, the CCTV broadcaster reported on Thursday, citing local authorities.

Pakistan: NEPRA says Chinese power plants using inferior coal

The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra), which is the power regulatory body of Pakistan, has exposed Chinese coal-fired power plants to using lower-quality imported coal.

EU proposes sanction on Russian coal to exert more pressure on Putin

Brussels: The European Union's executive branch has proposed to ban coal imports from Russia in a bid to hit the country's lucrative energy industry over its war in Ukraine.

Moving away from coal ‘will not be easy’ but it is essential for our common future, UN deputy chief says

New York: The United Nations Deputy Secretary-General on Monday called on countries in Asia and the Pacific to speed up the shift from fossil fuels to new, low-carbon development models, in a just and inclusive way.

China: Coal and gas outburst in coal mine leaves 8 missing

Harbin: A coal and gas outburst in a coal mine in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province has left eight miners missing, media reports said on Sunday.

21 miners trapped underground in China's Xinjiang after mine floods: Reports

Moscow/Sputnik: A flood at a coal mine in China’s Xinjiang region has trapped 21 miners at the depth of about 1.2 kilometers (0.7 miles) underground, media reported.