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2014/08/19 00:36
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BBC News - Former Chile army commander Ricardo Izurieta dies For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Gen Izurieta (right) welcomed Gen Pinochet...
2014/08/19 00:36
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2014/08/16 01:38
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Oakland voters will have to sort through one of the most crowded mayoral fields in recent memory when they go to the polls in November. Fifteen candidates have qualified to run for the city's top job,...
2014/08/15 02:45
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In 1846, shortly after the annexation of Texas, President James Polk ordered U.S. troops into disputed lands, precipitating a war against Mexico. The war ended with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in...
2014/08/14 14:50
2014/08/14 14:50
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SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A bill to reform Chile's dictatorship-era electoral system took an important step forward late Wednesday night, when it was approved by the lower house of Congress. The current...
2014/08/13 10:30
2014/08/13 10:30
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Maputo — Mozambican President Armando Guebuza said in Maputo on Monday that the working visit of his Chilean counterpart, Michele Bachelet, marks the start of a new era in expanding the already...
2014/08/13 00:29
2014/08/13 00:29
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Luis Cortes, who spent five years in a Chilean prison after the coup, was watching from the gallery as the vote happened. He was among the thousands of Chilean refugees Canada took in (after...
2014/08/09 02:42
2014/08/09 02:42
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Decades have passed since the end of the Chilean military dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet, but for exiled Chileans still living in Australia there is no forgiving or forgetting – especially...
2014/08/09 01:43
2014/08/09 01:43
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General Augusto Pinochet, the dictator who ruled Chile from 1973 to 1990, has died in hospital of heart failure, aged 91 - having escaped numerous attempts to charge him for murder, human rights...
2014/08/08 19:34
2014/08/08 19:34
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Anti-government protesters shout at National Guards during a protest against Nicolas Maduro's government at Altamira square in Caracas. Picture: Carlos Garcia Rawlins Caracas/Santiago - A right-wing...
2014/08/07 17:45
2014/08/07 17:45
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In 1846, shortly after the annexation of Texas, President James Polk ordered U.S. troops into disputed lands, precipitating a war against Mexico. The war ended with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in...
2014/08/07 01:45
2014/08/07 01:45
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Only 7 percent of Americans think the United States is winning the war on drugs, and few Americans are interested in throwing down more money to try to win, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll...
2014/08/06 17:14
2014/08/06 17:14
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About a week ago, Senator Antonio Trillanes came out with the information that some retired generals were talking with active serving military officers for the purpose of possibly mounting a coup. He...
2014/08/04 23:47
2014/08/04 23:47
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In 1846, shortly after the annexation of Texas, President James Polk ordered U.S. troops into disputed lands, precipitating a war against Mexico. The war ended with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in...
2014/08/04 19:45
2014/08/04 19:45
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Only 7 percent of Americans think the United States is winning the war on drugs, and few Americans are interested in throwing down more money to try to win, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll...
2014/07/31 23:38
2014/07/31 23:38
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MELBOURNE, Australia (MindaNews / 31 July) — In a previous piece, I wrote that the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) was expected to be enacted by Congress before the next State of the Nation Address (SONA)...
2014/07/30 17:03
2014/07/30 17:03
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Like the '70s cassette mix tape so dear to its hero, "Guardians of the Galaxy" scavenges all sorts of "greatest hits" precedents, from "Iron Man" on down, to come up with its own summertime fling....
2014/07/30 12:48
2014/07/30 12:48
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This article originally appeared on LIMA, Peru — It was a momentous day for Latin America: On March 11, 1990, Augusto Pinochet, the region’s last military dictator, finally handed power to an elected...
2014/07/25 22:45
2014/07/25 22:45
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Only 7 percent of Americans think the United States is winning the war on drugs, and few Americans are interested in throwing down more money to try to win, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll...
2014/07/24 10:19
2014/07/24 10:19
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We see a lot of posts and memes on social media, particularly on Facebook. Many political statements get shared by hundreds, if not thousands, of Facebook users. Sometimes, one comes along that grabs...
2014/07/20 23:45
2014/07/20 23:45
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In this file photo, thousands of students protest with a banner reading 'Public education free and of quality' in downtown Santiago de Chile, Chile, 05 September 2013. Mario Ruiz/EPA SANTIAGO, Chile...
2014/08/19 00:36
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