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Presented by The microbes in Earth's most arid volcanoes are unlike anything we've seen before The unimaginably arid conditions of South America's Atacama Desert have mad it the perfect scientific stand-in for Mars. So in a place that is quite
The Monarch will be meeting with the leaders of several Latin American countries tomorrow The King has arrived in Chile from Brazil and will meeting with President Sebastian Pinera and some top members of the country's businessmen.
Chile evacuates Freirina pig processing plant MP Isabel Allende has expressed her support for Freirina residents Authorities in Chile have begun to evacuate nearly half a million pigs from one of the largest meat processing plants in Latin America.
The Alliance Francaise d'Ahmedabad is hosting a documentary film festival, exploring different subjects including a metaphysical metaphor, a question addressed by the stars and the life of a Jewish woman. The schedule for the festival is as follows:
56 Chile has declared a health alert at a site where 500,000 pigs, abandoned by a slaughtering company, are said to be dying in large numbers due to a lack of food and water. Health minister Jaime Manalich has visited the plant in Freirina, 800
Paulina Boca says Morita was instrumental in creating the observatory on a high plateau in northern Chilean. Scientists come from all over the world to gaze deeper into space than any other telescope could do before.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested in Chile on suspicion of robbing and murdering a Japanese professor in Santiago, a senior police official said. Christopher Quijada has remained silent during questioning about the killing of Koichiro Morita, 58, a
A professor from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan was found apparently slain Monday outside his apartment in Chile, where he was participating in an international project, according to local investigators. Police in Santiago on Tuesday
Ironically, the altiplanic or "Bolivian winter" strikes this region each year in the southern hemisphere's summer...San Pedro, the rain clouds have passed leaving in their wake a blinding desert sun, opportunistic undergrowth, and an abundance of
Sun to keep Atacama Desert's grapes growing Technology reporter, BBC News Fruit producer Subsole is set to use the Atacama's solar-energy potential One thing not lacking in Chile's Atacama Desert is sunshine. Being the driest desert on Earth, it