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Chile Forensic experts say no traces of chemical agents have been found in the bone remains of Chile's Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda. Neruda died under suspicious circumstances in the chaos that followed Chile's 1973 military coup...But his
Chile (AP) Chilean presidential front-runner Michelle Bachelet is proposing a $15 billion spending program and reforms of tax and education policies. The leftist was Chile's president from 2006 to 2010, and she's expected to retake the presidency
Springsteen has paid tribute to a Chilean folk singer who was tortured and murdered 40 years ago this week in the early days of Augusto Pinochet's military dictatorship. If you are a politically inclined musician, Victor Jara continues to be a great
24 editor Sri Lankan Ambassador Mr. Raja Edirisuriya presented his credentials on August 22, 2013 to the President of Chile Sebastian Pinera Echenique, in a ceremonial event. After the presentation of the credentials, President Echenique met with
On September 11, 1973, the democratically elected President of Chile, Salvador Allende, died during a US-backed coup d'etat. Allende is of critical importance to those of the left, the poor and the underprivileged. On September 4, 1973, as the
Jack Schlossberg is a junior at Yale University, a contributor to the Yale Daily News and The Yale Herald...Kennedy. (CNN) -- On Wednesday, August 28, 1963, hundreds of thousands of Americans marched on the National Mall in support of civil rights.
the world's largest gold miner by output, has delayed the opening of its newest mine as the price of gold continues to fall and the future looks uncertain. The company has delayed the mine's construction for at least 18 months, when it hopes that the
Chile (AP) Chilean officials say police have evicted hundreds of students who seized control of their high schools to demand educational reforms. The interior and security minister says 122 people were arrested early Thursday when police in riot gear
Chile (AP) Chilean police say they arrested a man for allegedly spitting on presidential candidate Michelle Bachelet during a campaign event in the north of the country. Local newspaper La Tercera says the unidentified man spat on the former
Lessons from Chile's troubled education system Victoria University, Fuseworks May 9, 2013, 12:48 pm Those looking to change the New Zealand education system should take heed from what has been occurring in Chile, says a Victoria University researcher.