The country has seen three major mining accidents since April.
The first one involved a worker who fell from a shaft and died.
The second one involved another worker who died in a helicopter crash.
The third one involved the death of a young man who fell and hit his head on a rock in a mine accident.
A month after that, a young boy fell and injured his arm in a accident that involved a tractor-trailer.
The latest was a landslide, caused by a massive landslide that was triggered by heavy rains that swept through Argentina.
The country’s mining sector is the country’s most lucrative.
As of April 1, more than $100 billion had been extracted from the ground.
And the sector is currently the second largest contributor to Argentina’s GDP after the oil industry.
The country’s mines employ about 3,000 people.
But they’re still mostly controlled by private operators.
Argentina is also one of the world’s worst places to die in mines, with more than a million miners killed every year.
The government is currently debating legislation that would allow mining operators to be fined for serious accidents.
The proposal has been widely criticized as a solution in search of a problem, and many Argentines are calling for a complete ban on mining.