Montcoal West Virginia

April 6, 2010 by Post Team 

Montcoal West VirginiaMontcoal West Virginia:MONTCOAL, W.Va. (AP) – Rescuers at a mine in West Virginia are being preserved by the poison gases that accumulate near the site of a large underground explosion yesterday. And that’s dimming hopes for the survival of the four miners who remain missing. The explosion, attributed to methane gas, killed 25 coal miners. This is the worst U.S. mining disaster more than two decades.

MONTCOAL, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s governor says it could be tonight, before drilling is completed in the first of the three pillars in the mine that was rocked by a deadly explosion. The aim is to release methane and carbon monoxide forced the rescuers to leave. The bodies of at least 14 miners are dead inside the mine.

BAGHDAD (AP) – About 50 people have died after a series of bombs destroyed several apartment buildings in Baghdad, and another came to a market. Iraqi officials blame al-Qaida insurgents in Iraq. It is the latest sign of the fragile security of the country dissolves into chaos unresolved election.

KABUL (AP) – The Afghan army says 27 Taliban insurgents were killed in ground fighting and air strikes in a western province. A spokesman said that an Afghan soldier was killed and five wounded. A U.S. soldier was wounded. The area is described as one who had become a Taliban stronghold in the last three years. Located on a key highway.

NEW YORK (AP) – Stocks are falling in early trading after a steady climb had pushed the Dow Jones industrial average near the 11,000 mark for first time in 18 months. The Federal Reserve plans to release the minutes of its March 16 meeting this afternoon. The Fed kept its key rate to a record low during the meeting to continue its policy of easy money to help generate growth.

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