A total of 229 workers were evacuated from a coal mine in southern Russia on Sunday after it was filled with smoke, a local official said, adding that there were no casualties.
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It was unclear what caused the incident, which happened at a depth of nearly 200 meters (650 feet) at the Obukhovskaya mine in the city of Zverevo.
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