Families of the 282 miners killed in an explosion in a coal mine in Soma, Turkey, have started to bury their dead.
The first funerals took places today, as authorities continue to recover bodies still trapped under the mine.
50 miners are still unaccounted for, and families continue to wait outside the mine. The death toll is expected to rise.
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