In 2010, 33 miners were trapped deep in a copper mine in northern Chile for 69 days. The world watched as international teams arrived to find a way to rescue the men. When the miners were finally pulled out, they became celebrities, for a brief time. Now, they feel forgotten and are hurting.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Gideon Long, who's at the mine where 33 miners have been trapped underground since early August. Rescuers successfully drilled a narrow bore hole from the surface down to where the men are.
Chile's new president Sebastian Pinera will be sworn in today, inheriting leadership of a government and a country still in natural disaster recovery.
Chile's earthquake and accompanying tsunami have displaced millions of people who now struggle with shortages of water and food. Aftershocks have rattled the country and thousands of troops have been sent in to keep order.