Loudspeakers called out the names of those killed in the Soma mining disaster, as a mass grave was dug and funerals began.
Rescuers are still trying to reach parts of the coal mine in Soma, which has now been blocked off to the public.
A blazing fire knocked out power and shut down ventilationi shafts, hampering the rescue efforts. As hope fades for remaining survivors, anger has started to grow.
For a second day running, protesters have streamed on to the streets of Turkey, angry at what they say is the government's cozy relationship with mining companies with poor safety standards.
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