Ukraine mine blast: report to reveal causes

Investigators in Ukraine are due to publish their findings on the cause of Sunday's explosion at a coal mine in Donetsk region. At least 90 people were killed in the blast.

Rescuers have called off attempts to locate at least 10 missing miners as officials say there's no chance of finding them alive.  Efforts to put out fires at the mine continue.

Normal mining work has resumed in areas of the mine unaffected by Sunday's explosion.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian government has offered compensation to the families of the victims.

The explosion, the worst in the country's post-Soviet history, is blamed on a build-up of methane gas. The blast took place at a depth of 1,250 metres on Sunday.