New First Video Of Trapped Chilean Miners

COPIAPO, Chile (AP) -- A new video of the 33 miners trapped a half-mile underground provides the best images yet of the conditions in the mine in northern Chile.

The men are shirtless, some sitting and others standing, and appear to be sweating. Most are skinny, sport thick and ungroomed facial hair, and show puffiness under their eyes.

The footage, released late Thursday by national television via the Chilean government, also shows some of the men speaking individually into the camera, though the muffled sounds make it difficult to understand.

One man gives a guided tour, showing where the men meet and pray daily. He points out the "little cup to brush our teeth."

At one point, the miners are seen arm-in-arm, singing Chile's national anthem and yelling "Long live Chile, and long live the miners."