Gideon Long

Chile Correspondent, BBC

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Chile correspondent for the BBC

Gideon Long on KCRW

Yesterday Chilean President Sebastián Piñera made his fifth visit to the copper and gold mine where 33 miners have been trapped underground for more than six weeks.

The Plight of the Chilean Miners

Yesterday Chilean President Sebastián Piñera made his fifth visit to the copper and gold mine where 33 miners have been trapped underground for more than six weeks.

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