Rescue workers at the site of a mine in India, which filled with water and trapped 15 miners, have found a body.
The men entered an illegal coal pit in the north-eastern state of Meghalaya on 13 December. It is believed they were cut off when floodwater from a nearby river poured in.
There has since been no trace of the workers until Indian navy divers discovered the body with an underwater vehicle, at a depth of 160ft (48m).
Around 200 rescuers have been working at the mine, attempting to pump water out of the cave system.
The fate of the other miners remains unclear.