Chileans celebrate

Chileans celebrate in the streets of Santiago after the confirmation of the survival of the 33 trapped miners on August 22, 2010. Chilean President <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT000007591" title="Sebastian Pinera" href="/topic/politics/government/sebastian-pinera-PEPLT000007591.topic">Sebastian Pinera</a> announced that the 33 miners trapped in a mine near the city of Copiapo, Atacama desert, 480 miles north of Santiago, are alive and contact has been established with them 17 days after a structural collapse trapped them below ground. (Photo by Ariel Marinkovic/AFP/Getty Images)
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Chileans celebrate in the streets of Santiago after the confirmation of the survival of the 33 trapped miners on August 22, 2010. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera announced that the 33 miners trapped in a mine near the city of Copiapo, Atacama desert, 480 miles north of Santiago, are alive and contact has been established with them 17 days after a structural collapse trapped them below ground. (Photo by Ariel Marinkovic/AFP/Getty Images)

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