Wednesday, 23 October 2019

A rescue helicopter flies over mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 27, 2019. Brazil's government weighed pushing for a management overhaul at iron ore miner Vale SA on Monday as grief over the hundreds feared killed by a dam burst turned into anger, with prosecutors, politicians and victims' families calling for punishment. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

General view from above of a dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA that burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 26, 2019. By Monday night, firefighters in the state of Minas Gerais had confirmed that 65 people were killed by Friday's disaster, when a burst tailings dam sent a torrent of sludge into the miner's offices and the town of Brumadinho. Isac Nobrega/Presidency Brazil/Handout via Reuters

An ox is seen on mud after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 27, 2019. There were still 279 people unaccounted for, and officials said it was unlikely that any would be found alive. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

A rescue helicopter flies after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 27, 2019. Brazil's acting president, Hamilton Mourao, told reporters a government task force on the disaster response is looking at whether it could or should change Vale's top management. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Rescue workers search for victims after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian miner Vale SA burst, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 27, 2019. Public-sector pension funds hold several seats on the board of the mining company, and the government holds a "golden share" giving it power over strategic decisions. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Members of a rescue team react upon returning from the mission, after a tailings dam owned by Brazilian mining company Vale SA collapsed, in Brumadinho, Brazil January 28, 2019. Brazil's government weighed pushing for a management overhaul at iron ore miner Vale SA on Monday as grief over the hundreds feared killed by a dam burst turned into anger, with prosecutors, politicians and victims' families calling for punishment. REUTERS/Washington Alves