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Chile's Mining Minister, Laurence Golborne, speaks at a press conference about the trapped miners, Aug. 9.

SANTIAGO, Chile — In his first conversation with the trapped miners through a remote phone device on Monday, Chile Mining Minister Laurence Golborne learned what the miners wanted most: Food, toothbrushes and beer. They also wanted to sing the national anthem. Read more» 1