Tag Results for "Chilean Miners"
Seventeen miners were rescued in northern Chile on Sunday after becoming trapped in a copper mine earlier this weekend, police spokesmen told Efe. continue reading »
Guinness World Records broke the Guinness World Record for largest gaffe, after they published in their Español edition that the 33 miners were from Bolivia! continue reading »
The first anniversary of the accident in a Copiapó mine that trapped 33 Chilean miners underground for 69 days, coincided with the release of the documentary "17 days Buried Alive," about those days before the miners had contact with the surface. continue reading »
Chilean First Lady Cecilia Morel traveled to Copiapó on behalf of President Piñera and awarded 14 of the 33 miners a lifetime monthly salary of 250,000 Chilean pesos, almost $540. The miners themselves chose the group of fourteen who would not have to work for the rest of their lives. continue reading »
A mass and the inauguration of an exhibition in Atacama will mark the first anniversary of the collapse of the San José Mine in Chile. continue reading »
“Black Swan” and “Shutter Island” producer Mike Medavoy has purchased the rights to the extraordinary story of the 33 Chilean miners who spent 69 days underground. The script will be written by José Rivera (“Motorcycle Diaries”) and production is expected to start next year. continue reading »
The Chilean miner who wrote the famous message "We're OK" message wants it back from Chilean President Sebastin Piñera. José Ojeda can only hope Piñera returns the little paper with the survival message, as he once promised. continue reading »