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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by PAULINA ABRAMOVICH
View of the San Jose mine on July 22, 2020, in Copiapo, 800km north of Santiago, Chile, where in 2010, 33 miners got trapped and spent 69 days more than 600 meters deep. - Ten years after being trapped at the bottom of the San Jose mine in northern Chile, many of the so-called "Los 33 mineros de Atacama", feel like heroes fallen into oblivion and abandonment. (Photo by ALEX CATRIN / AFP)
2020-07-22
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