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28 min ago |

March to reclaim territory disputed between Peru and Chile

With the mission to take possession for Peru of a land called the "terrestrial triangle" located in a border area between Peru and Chile in South America, no more than one hundred people who begun the march from a province in the south of Peru, were stopped by the National Police of that country in order to avoid a political conflict.


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4 hrs ago | International Business Times

Prince Harry & Camilla Thurlow Getting Serious, St. Tropez Holiday...

Currently in a romantic gateway in St. Tropez with new love Camilla Thurlow, Prince Harry is taking a last holiday before he starts with his Invictus Games and before he turns the big 3-0.


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8 hrs ago | ThinkProgress

Chile Is Poised To Pass South America's First Carbon Tax

It's a big year for fighting climate change in Chile. A carbon tax is set to go before its House of Representatives next week, as part of a larger tax reform package that includes measures intended to fight air pollution and climate change.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Canada, US News, Liberal Political News

9 hrs ago | Utility Products

Chile opens 115 MW wind power project

Chile's President Michelle Bachelet officially opened the 115 MW El Arrayan wind farm in north-central Coquimbo region , which began full commercial operations in June.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Michelle Bachelet, Alternative Energy, Wind Power, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy,

14 hrs ago | Towleroad

Navy Officer Becomes First Member of Chilean Military to Come Out as Gay: VIDEO

At a televised news conference yesterday, Navy officer Mauricio Ruiz, 24, became the first member of the Chilean military to come out as gay.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Gay/Lesbian

Wed Aug 27, 2014

The Miami Herald

Chile sailor publicly discloses his homosexuality

Commissioner Jose "Pepe" Diaz dances with Ileana Quevedo, employee of IKEA during the opening ceremony of IKEA in Sweetwater on Wednesday.


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Breaking taboo in conservative Chile, armed forces member says, ...

Chilean active Navy serviceman Mauricio Ruiz became the first openly gay member of the nation's armed forces on Wednesday, accepting the government's recently launched campaign to help integrate homosexuals into the military.


Related Topix: South America, World News

South Bay Traveler Recommends: Latin Luxury

I love South America and you will find lush natural surroundings punctuated with interesting architecture, vibrant arts, delectable dining and plenty to do.


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Mises Economics Blog

The Socialist Party In Chile Gets to Work Destroying the Economy

Axel Kaiser at Mises Brasil has penned a helpful update on the situation in Chile where socialist president Michelle Bachelet was elected to a second non-consecutive term in Chile.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Socialist Party (Chile), Michelle Bachelet, Tax, Pension, Personal Finance, Social Security


Chile 'not benefitting enough from big astronomy'

By the mid-2020s Chile will be home to about 70 per cent of the world's telescopes, with investments in excess of US$4 billion in its four largest telescopes.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Astronomy, Science

Inter Press Service

Threat of Hydropower Dams Still Looms in Chile's Patagonia

The AysA©n region in Chile's southern Patagonia wilderness has some of the largest freshwater reserves on the planet thanks to its swift-running rivers, innumerable lakes, and lagoons like the one in this picture, located 20 km from Coyhaique, the regional capital.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Michelle Bachelet, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, Hydroelectric Power, Volcanic Eruption, Natural Disasters

Malaysian National News Agency

Chile Wants Peru To Prevent March Of Nationalists To Common Border

Chile remained firm on Tuesday regarding its warning to Peru to prevent a march of nationalists from Tacna from arriving at their common border on Wednesday.


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DFW Catholic

Chilean lawmakers ask president to denounce Iraqi violence

Santiago, Chile, Aug 27, 2014 / 12:42 am .- The Chilean Congress has unanimously approved a measure calling on President Michelle Bachelet to condemn "the brutal persecution" of Christians in Iraq and to ask the U.N. to take measures for a "quick solution."


Related Topix: South America, World News, US News, Michelle Bachelet, Terrorism

Losses dent Aveng's results

Aveng's McConnell Dowell is one of the contractors involved in the Waterview Connection in Auckland, New Zealand.


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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Live Charts

Sector movers: Miners in a hole as lower prices hit Antofagasta

Miners were on the slide on Tuesday after news of lower copper output and prices hit Chilean copper producer Antofagasta.


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This Is London

Market Report: UK Plc still suffering from strong pound but Bunzl moves up

The strong pound continues to hit UK Plc, with napkin-to-carrier bag giant Bunzl today becoming the latest company to blame buoyant sterling for its woes.


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The Drinks Business

Pinot producers look to coastal Maule

Chile's coastal Maule could become the latest hot spot for top-end Pinot Noir as two new projects promise to prove the quality of the area.


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Michelle Bachelet Is Destroying Chile's Free Market Institutions

Throughout the 1980s Milton Friedman insisted that Chile had to reintroduce political freedom if it wanted to preserve the newly created free market institutions.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Michelle Bachelet, Pension, Personal Finance, Social Security

Cousins hope to open Grand Rapids' first hostel if city allows it

Cousins Mark and Phil Bouman say they've found the perfect house in the perfect spot to launch Grand Rapids International Hostel , the city's first dormitory-style inn next spring.


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The Independent

The Week Ahead: Antofagasta, Petrofac and 888 Holdings among...

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