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Elias Sepulveda (right) embraces her cousin Katherine on Monday, Aug. 23, 2010, in front of a tribute site with candles, flags and messages for their relatives Esteban and Pablo Rojas, two of the 33 miners trapped at the collapsed mine in Copiapo, Chile. The message at top left reads: "Be strong brother miners, be strong Esteban, Pablo, Tono and Ariel. Let's go Queero." At right, the message says, "We love you Esteban Rojas Carrizo, your family." (AP Photo/Roberto Candia)
Photo by: Roberto Candia
Elias Sepulveda (right) embraces her cousin Katherine on Monday, Aug. 23, 2010, in front of a tribute site with candles, flags and messages for their relatives Esteban and Pablo Rojas, two of the 33 miners trapped at the collapsed mine in Copiapo, Chile. The message at top left reads: "Be strong brother miners, be strong Esteban, Pablo, Tono and Ariel. Let's go Queero." At right, the message says, "We love you Esteban Rojas Carrizo, your family." (AP Photo/Roberto Candia)

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