A landslide at a limestone factory in Thailand’s Petchaboon province has killed three people, including two Burmese migrants. Authorities say two people are still missing and one is seriously injured.
All victims were Chinese workers operating a mine in Burma’s northern Kachin state, close to the border with Yunnan province
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