Chilean miners return for religious service

Some of the 33 rescued Chilean miners returned to the mine where they spent more than two months trapped underground for a religious service Sunday.
Thirteen survivors and their families participated in a private service Sunday held at the entrance of the San Jose copper and gold mine, Voice of America News reported.
Before the service, the survivors and families visited "Camp Hope," the tent city where relatives and others stayed during the rescue efforts, the Agence France Press said.
The miners were rescued last Wednesday and only one miner remains in a medical clinic.

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