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It could take two or three more days to rescue nine miners trapped since Thursday, April 5, 2012, in a mine in southern Peru, a top official said.

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People work in a collapsed mine to rescue trapped miners in Ica, Peru, Saturday, April 7, 2012. According to Peruvians authorities, nine miners trapped since Thursday in a collapsed mine are being supplied with sports drinks, soup and food while police, firefighters and other workers work to free them. (AP Photo) PERU OUT - NO PUBLICAR EN PERU

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People work in a collapsed mine to rescue trapped miners in Ica, Peru, Saturday, April 7, 2012. According to Peruvians authorities, nine miners trapped since Thursday in a collapsed mine are being supplied with sports drinks, soup and food while police, firefighters and other workers work to free them. (AP Photo) PERU OUT - NO PUBLICAR EN PERU

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A general view shows the area where the Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine is located in Ica April 7, 2012. Nine workers trapped inside a wildcat mine in southern Peru received oxygen and liquids through a giant hose on Saturday while a rescue team toiled to get them out, officials said.The men have been stuck about 656 feet (200 meters) below ground since the Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine partially collapsed on Thursday.Small illegal mines are common in Peru, generating as much as $2 billion a year in income, according to private estimates.Peru's mining sector accounts for 60 percent of total exports. Picture taken April 7, 2012. REUTERS/Diario Trome (PERU - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS COMMODITIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Rescue workers take part in the rescue of nine miners who have been trapped underground for four days following the collapse of a shaft in the Cabeza de Negro (Black Head) copper mine in a remote locality 1,300 meters over sea level in the Andes. Peruvian Prime Minister Oscar Valdes said it could take two or three more days to rescue the miners. (AFP Photo/Cris Bouroncle)

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The wife and daughter of one of nine trapped miners cook for rescuers outside the Cabeza de Negro copper mine, 1,300 meters over the sea level in the Andes, east of Ica, 325 km south of Lima. (AFP Photo/Cris Bouroncle)

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Rescue workers and colleagues take part in the rescue operation of nine miners trapped at Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine in Ica April 7, 2012. Nine workers trapped inside a wildcat mine in southern Peru received oxygen and liquids through a giant hose on Saturday while a rescue team toiled to get them out, officials said.The men have been stuck about 656 feet (200 meters) below ground since the Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine partially collapsed on Thursday.Small illegal mines are common in Peru, generating as much as $2 billion a year in income, according to private estimates.Peru's mining sector accounts for 60 percent of total exports. Picture taken April 7, 2012. REUTERS/Diario Trome (PERU - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS COMMODITIES)

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Rescue workers and colleagues take part in the rescue operation of nine miners trapped at Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine in Ica April 6, 2012. Nine workers trapped inside a wildcat mine in southern Peru received oxygen and liquids through a giant hose on Saturday while a rescue team toiled to get them out, officials said.The men have been stuck about 656 feet (200 meters) below ground since the Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine partially collapsed on Thursday. Small illegal mines are common in Peru, generating as much as $2 billion a year in income, according to private estimates.Peru's mining sector accounts for 60 percent of total exports. Picture taken April 6, 2012. REUTERS/Diario Trome (PERU - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES DISASTER)

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Rescue workers and colleagues wait for the rescue operation of nine trapped miners at Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine in Ica April 6, 2012. Nine workers trapped inside a wildcat mine in southern Peru received oxygen and liquids through a giant hose on Saturday while a rescue team toiled to get them out, officials said.The men have been stuck about 656 feet (200 meters) below ground since the Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine partially collapsed on Thursday.Small illegal mines are common in Peru, generating as much as $2 billion a year in income, according to private estimates. Peru's mining sector accounts for 60 percent of total exports. Picture taken April 6, 2012. REUTERS/Diario Trome (PERU - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)

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Rescue workers and colleagues wait for the rescue operation of nine trapped miners at Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine in Ica April 6, 2012. Nine workers trapped inside a wildcat mine in southern Peru received oxygen and liquids through a giant hose on Saturday while a rescue team toiled to get them out, officials said.The men have been stuck about 656 feet (200 meters) below ground since the Cabeza de Negro gold-and-copper mine partially collapsed on Thursday. Small illegal mines are common in Peru, generating as much as $2 billion a year in income, according to private estimates. Peru's mining sector accounts for 60 percent of total exports. Picture taken April 6, 2012. REUTERS/Diario Trome (PERU - Tags: DISASTER)