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Trapped underground for months

<p>A frame grab shows one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. Already deprived of sunlight, fresh air and their loved ones for 27 days, NASA doctors say the 33 miners trapped deep in a Chilean mine must continue to forego two other pleasures: alcohol and cigarettes. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725more

A frame grab shows one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. Already deprived of sunlight, fresh air and their loved ones for 27 days, NASA doctors say the 33 miners trapped deep in a Chilean mine must continue to forego two other pleasures: alcohol and cigarettes. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 72more

A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 72more

A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>A frame grab shows Dario Segovia Rojo, one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows Dario Segovia Rojo, one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine amore

A frame grab shows Dario Segovia Rojo, one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>A frame grab shows Yonni Barrios (L) and Edison Pena Villaroel, two of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows Yonni Barrios (L) and Edison Pena Villaroel, two of the 33 miners trapped underground inmore

A frame grab shows Yonni Barrios (L) and Edison Pena Villaroel, two of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>A frame grab shows one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo holding a Chilean flag, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.    REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo holding a more

A frame grab shows one of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo holding a Chilean flag, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>A woman holds up packed examples of food, which includes rice, meatballs, fruits, cheese and bread, meant for the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.    REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

A woman holds up packed examples of food, which includes rice, meatballs, fruits, cheese and bread, meant fmore

A woman holds up packed examples of food, which includes rice, meatballs, fruits, cheese and bread, meant for the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Food, which includes rice, meatballs, fruits, cheese and bread, meant for the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine, are displayed at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

Food, which includes rice, meatballs, fruits, cheese and bread, meant for the 33 miners trapped undergroundmore

Food, which includes rice, meatballs, fruits, cheese and bread, meant for the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine, are displayed at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A miner from San Jose mine digs a hole in the ground before setting up a banner in support of 33 trapped miners and their families in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 31, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

A miner from San Jose mine digs a hole in the ground before setting up a banner in support of 33 trapped mimore

A miner from San Jose mine digs a hole in the ground before setting up a banner in support of 33 trapped miners and their families in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 31, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>One of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine is seen in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, in this frame grab taken August 29, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout</p>

One of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine is seen in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles)more

One of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine is seen in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, in this frame grab taken August 29, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout

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<p>Trapped miners are seen underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, in this frame grab taken August 29, 2010.    REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout</p>

Trapped miners are seen underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of more

Trapped miners are seen underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, in this frame grab taken August 29, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout

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<p>A frame grab shows trapped miners receiving water sent to them from outside the mine via a tube at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows trapped miners receiving water sent to them from outside the mine via a tube at Copiapo,more

A frame grab shows trapped miners receiving water sent to them from outside the mine via a tube at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>A frame grab shows a drill bit of a machine, the Xtrata 950, that will dig an escape hole from the top of a hill where 33 miners are trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 31, 2010. Chile was looking at ways to speed up the rescue of 33 miners trapped deep underground for 25 days who officials have said might have to wait three to four months to see the light of day. REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows a drill bit of a machine, the Xtrata 950, that will dig an escape hole from the top of amore

A frame grab shows a drill bit of a machine, the Xtrata 950, that will dig an escape hole from the top of a hill where 33 miners are trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 31, 2010. Chile was looking at ways to speed up the rescue of 33 miners trapped deep underground for 25 days who officials have said might have to wait three to four months to see the light of day. REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout

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<p>A drill machine, the Xtrata 950 (C), that will dig an escape hole from the top of a hill where 33 miners are trapped underground in a copper and gold mine is seen at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 31, 2010.    REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A drill machine, the Xtrata 950 (C), that will dig an escape hole from the top of a hill where 33 miners armore

A drill machine, the Xtrata 950 (C), that will dig an escape hole from the top of a hill where 33 miners are trapped underground in a copper and gold mine is seen at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 31, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>Relatives gather outside their tents near the main gate to the San Jose mine where 33 miners are trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 31, 2010.    REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

Relatives gather outside their tents near the main gate to the San Jose mine where 33 miners are trapped unmore

Relatives gather outside their tents near the main gate to the San Jose mine where 33 miners are trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 31, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A girl plays as she jumps rope at the San Jose copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped underground in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 30, 2010.    REUTERS/Pascal Parra</p>

A girl plays as she jumps rope at the San Jose copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped undergroundmore

A girl plays as she jumps rope at the San Jose copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped underground in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 30, 2010. REUTERS/Pascal Parra

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<p>A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout</p>

A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 72more

A frame grab shows some of the 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine at Copiapo, about 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Government/Handout

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<p>Lit candles are seen next to religious figures outside the main gate of a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped underground in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 30, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

Lit candles are seen next to religious figures outside the main gate of a copper and gold mine where 33 minmore

Lit candles are seen next to religious figures outside the main gate of a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped underground in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A view of a memorial near the main road to the San Jose mine where 33 miners are trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 30, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

A view of a memorial near the main road to the San Jose mine where 33 miners are trapped in a deep undergromore

A view of a memorial near the main road to the San Jose mine where 33 miners are trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Chile's Mining Minister Laurence Golborne (L) lifts a tube that will be used for sending supplies to miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 29, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

Chile's Mining Minister Laurence Golborne (L) lifts a tube that will be used for sending supplies to minersmore

Chile's Mining Minister Laurence Golborne (L) lifts a tube that will be used for sending supplies to miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 29, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A relative of one of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine holds a a sign and a statue of Virgin Mary outside the mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 28, 2010. The sign reads "Yonni Barrio, the strong be here, for you my love, from your Chanita."   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

A relative of one of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine holds a a sign and a statue omore

A relative of one of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine holds a a sign and a statue of Virgin Mary outside the mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 28, 2010. The sign reads "Yonni Barrio, the strong be here, for you my love, from your Chanita." REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>The names of 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine are displayed on a stone at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 28, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

The names of 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine are displayed on a stone at Copiapo, smore

The names of 33 miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine are displayed on a stone at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 28, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A video grab shows one of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 27, 2010.   REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout</p>

A video grab shows one of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine in Copiapo, some 725 km more

A video grab shows one of the miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Chilean Mining Ministry/Handout

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<p>Relatives of miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine, gather around a screen that shows the miners inside the mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 26, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

Relatives of miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine, gather around a screen that shows the mimore

Relatives of miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine, gather around a screen that shows the miners inside the mine at Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 26, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Relatives of miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine carry a mattress outside the mine at Copiapo some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 26, 2010.   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

Relatives of miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine carry a mattress outside the mine at Copimore

Relatives of miners trapped underground in a copper and gold mine carry a mattress outside the mine at Copiapo some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 26, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A computer screen shows a recorded image of one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 23, 2010. 

 REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

A computer screen shows a recorded image of one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gmore

A computer screen shows a recorded image of one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A member of the media looks at a computer screen with the image of a note sent by one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 23, 2010. The note reads, "We are fine in the refuge, the 33 of us". REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

A member of the media looks at a computer screen with the image of a note sent by one of the 33 miners trapmore

A member of the media looks at a computer screen with the image of a note sent by one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine at Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 23, 2010. The note reads, "We are fine in the refuge, the 33 of us". REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Co-workers, rescuers and relatives gather outside a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 7, 2010. 
REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

Co-workers, rescuers and relatives gather outside a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapmore

Co-workers, rescuers and relatives gather outside a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A relative of a trapped miner wipes her eye after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo,  north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. 

 REUTERS/Hector Retamal </p>

A relative of a trapped miner wipes her eye after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo, more

A relative of a trapped miner wipes her eye after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Hector Retamal

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<p>Lilianette Ramirez, wife of Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, holds a letter from her husband outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 23, 2010. 

REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

Lilianette Ramirez, wife of Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold minmore

Lilianette Ramirez, wife of Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, holds a letter from her husband outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds a note from the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The note reads "We are fine in the refuge, the 33 of us". REUTERS/Hector Retamal </p>

Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds a note from the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground more

Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds a note from the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The note reads "We are fine in the refuge, the 33 of us". REUTERS/Hector Retamal

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<p>A poster shows pictures of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010.  REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

A poster shows pictures of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Comore

A poster shows pictures of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Letters from Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, are seen with his picture outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 23, 2010. 

 REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

Letters from Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, are seen witmore

Letters from Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, are seen with his picture outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Relatives rest next to a copper and gold mine where 34 miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 6, 2010. 

REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado </p>

Relatives rest next to a copper and gold mine where 34 miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago Augmore

Relatives rest next to a copper and gold mine where 34 miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Relatives gather outside copper and gold mine where 34 miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 6, 2010. 

REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado</p>

Relatives gather outside copper and gold mine where 34 miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago Augmore

Relatives gather outside copper and gold mine where 34 miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, sing the national anthem outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. 

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Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, sing the national anthem outside tmore

Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, sing the national anthem outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>A policeman looks at a plan of a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped near Copiapo, north of Santiago August 12, 2010.

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A policeman looks at a plan of a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped near Copiapo, north of Samore

A policeman looks at a plan of a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped near Copiapo, north of Santiago August 12, 2010. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, embrace outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. 

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Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, embrace outside the mine in Copiapmore

Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, embrace outside the mine in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Relatives react outside a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 7, 2010. 

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Relatives react outside a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago Augusmore

Relatives react outside a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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<p>Policemen escort the co-owner (C) of a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 8, 2010.

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Policemen escort the co-owner (C) of a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Smore

Policemen escort the co-owner (C) of a copper and gold mine where miners are trapped in Copiapo, north of Santiago, August 8, 2010. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

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