By Erik Crouch
A landslide in Tibet yesterday has covered three square kilometers in rubble and trapped 83 miners underground, according to Al Jazeera. A rescue operation is underway, but those involved are hesitant due to the high probability of another landslide. More than 1,000 rescuers, along with sniffing dogs, are searching for the workers in the gold mine; while China is infamous for its coal mining disasters, this is the first large scale gold-mining incident in some time. One body has been found so far.