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Miners’ solidarity sets example to a corrupt world

Solidarity had to be won in that mine in Chile.

16th October, 2010
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Solidarity had to be won in that mine in Chile.

In the early days after the mine collapsed on August 5, there were fistfights.

Five of the miners who worked for a sub-contractor broke away. A few of the miners simply stayed in their beds underground, waiting to die.

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