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Hugs, Tears and Cheers - The World Reacts to the Rescue
The world celebrated the end of a 69-day underground ordeal after 33 trapped miners were hauled-up safely through a narrow hole drilled in 2,000 feet of rock.   
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Loreto Campbell, relative of rescued miner Jorge Galleguillos, watches the rescue operation on a TV screen at the relatives camp outside the San José mine.

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Raúl Bustos

In this photo released by the Chilean government, miner Raúl  Bustos, center, is helped by rescue workers after being lifted out of the collapsed San José gold and copper mine.

Mario Sepúlveda

Miner Mario Sepúlveda, front right, hugs an unidentified relative after being rescued.

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Mario Gómez

 Miner Mario Gómez, left, gestures as he greets his wife after being rescued from the collapsed mine. 

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Alex Vega

 Miner Alex Vega, left, hugs his wife after being rescued.

(AP/Government of Chile)

Celebration

Relatives and friends of 33 freed miners celebrate the successful rescue operation at the relatives' camp outside the San José mine.

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Successful Rescue

Relatives and friends of 33 freed miners celebrate the end of a successful rescue operation at the camp outside the San José mine.

María Segovia

Maria Segovia, right, sister of freed miner Darío Segovia, embraces an unidentified person as relatives and friends of the freed miners celebrate.

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Darío Segovia

Relatives of miner Darío Segovia react during his rescue operation.

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Carlos Barrios

Relatives and friends of miner Carlos Barrios react while watching on a TV screen the rescue operation at the camp outside the San José mine.

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Spanish Newspapers

A man walks past a stack of Spanish newspapers outside a subway station in Madrid, on Thursday Oct. 14, 2010. Headline reads ' Return to Life' 

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Paris

French newspapers headlining on the rescue in a Paris newstand.

(AP)

French Newspaper

The front pages of French newspapers trumpet the rescue of Chilean miners, Thursday Oct. 14, 2010. 

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London Papers

A newspaper featuring the rescue is taken from a distribution stand on a street in central London.

(AP)

Last Miner Rescued

The last miner to be rescued, Luis Urzúa, center, gestures as Chile's President Sebastian Piñera, right, looks on after his rescue.

(AP/Chilean Presidential Press Office)

Hugs, Tears and Cheers - The World Reacts to the Rescue

The world celebrated the end of a 69-day underground ordeal after 33 trapped miners were hauled-up safely through a narrow hole drilled in 2,000 feet of rock.   

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