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 Chilean miner Carlos Barrios (C), one of the 33 recently rescued from San Jose mine, is kissed by a young relative upon arrival at his house in Copiapo, 800 km north of Santiago, on October 15, 2010. After The miners have begun to leave the hospital and must now adjust to their lives in the media glare after 69 days trapped deep in a gold and copper mine. - AFP 


Cannibalism fear emerges in first Chile miner interviews

At least 10 more Chilean miners should return home on Friday, officials said, as first interviews described how the trapped men had waited for death haunted by the specter of cannibalism.

 

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Time, like all good things, may come to an end, study says

The end of the world as we know it cannot be avoided, but it can be predicted, according to a group of astrophysicists who see a 50 percent chance of the final countdown ending in 3.7 billion years.

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Zimbabwe PM Tsvangirai lashes out at President Mugabe

Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has accused President Robert Mugabe of violating the constitution and of unilateral decision-making.Mr Tsvangirai said his MDC party would not recognise any key appointments made by Mr Mugabe in the past 18 months, including governors,

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