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CHILE-MINE/RESCUE
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October 03, 2010
Relatives of trapped miners hold a statue of Uruguay's "Virgin of the 33" that dates back to the 18th...
Copiapo, Chile
Relatives of trapped miners attend an open air religious mass in Camp Esperanza at the San Jose mine
Relatives of trapped miners hold a statue of Uruguay's "Virgin of the 33" that dates back to the 18th century and refers to the 33 freedom fighters that brought independence to the country, during an open air religious mass in Camp Esperanza (Hope), where the families of the 33 miners are living during the rescue operation at the San Jose mine, in Copiapo October 3, 2010. The miners, trapped for almost two months, could be freed in the second half of this month as rescuers drill closer to their refuge deep below the Atacama desert, Chile's mining minister said. REUTERS/Luis Hidalgo (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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