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· December, 2006

Stories about Chile from December, 2006

Some lessons about blog attacks in the spanish-language blogosphere

Spanish version here: Algunas enseñanzas sobre los ataques a blogs In the last weeks there have been a series of quite similar attacks to popular blogs in Spanish. The series...

Chile: Two new Regions

The Chilean congress has approved two new regions in Chile. Currently, Chile has 12 regions and the capital, Santiago.  As iquiquenoticias(ES) explains: Los miembros de la Cámara de Diputados aprobó...

Chilean Christmas Consumer Behavior

Christmas is coming. This post takes a look at Chileans’ consumer behaviour during holidays. Writing about what Chileans are buying for presents, Luis Alarcon (ES) describes top-selling present: El éxito...

Chile: Pinochet & Jara

Justin Delacour posts an article written by Alexander Billet, which examines Pinochet's legacy as it relates to “radicals” like Victor Jara, “a songwriter and poet; a deadly combination to any...

Chile:Reactions to Pinochet's death

Liz Henrey looks at some of the poetry and photography inspired by the death of Chilean ex-dictator, Augusto Pinochet.

Bolivia, Argentina, Chile: A Ride for the Climate

David of Ride for Climate is nearing the end of his transcontinental bike ride journals his peddling from La Paz through the Atacama desert and into Northern Argentina.

Chile: “Gay spies, murder and Henry Kissinger”

A body of documents discovered by Chilean investigative journalist Monica Gonzalez, was recently made public by the U.S. National Security Archive and is now publically available at the UNIACC university...

Chile: Grief and Relief as Pinochet dies

Mexican blogger and Brazilian resident Ricardo Carreón found himself in Chile on the historical day of Pinochet's death and offers some thoughts and photos on its significance.

Jamaica: “Elegy for a Fallen General”

“…Like many other Chileans forced out of our country, today I regret only one thing: that we never saw you in front of a judge.” Vivianne Schnitzer's words on the...

Chilean Ex-Dictator Augusto Pinochet Dies

The dictator has died this past Sunday. Augusto Pinochet Ugarte, born into a middle class family in 1915, a late-comer to coup plotting in 1973, and subsequent figurehead of the...

Chile: Reaction to Pinochet's Death

On hearing of the death of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, Maegan la Mala notes that Chilean reaction has been “ranging from jubilation to mourning” and that “protests in the...

Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Bolivia, Chile: Poll Numbers

Boz measures content and discontent across the continent with his weekly Friday poll numbers.

Pinochet's Heart Attack: Bloggers Reactions

Last weekend, ex-dictator Augusto Pinochet, was admitted to the hospital because of a heart attack. The situation awoke national feelings of what he symbolises to Chilean citizens. This post is...

Chile: Autonomia Islamica Wayuu

Western Hemisphere Policy Watch links to the MSN user group of the Chilean faction of Autonomia Islamica Wayuu, the Latin America Hezbollah.

Chile: PlayStation 3 for $1,300 and Up

Newly redesigned FayerWayer is reporting that PlayStation 3 has finally arrived to Chile [ES], where it is selling for US $1.679 at Galería Eurocentro in Santiago. The most affordable price,...

Chile: 27 Hours of Love

Last Thursday marked the begininning of the biggest charity event in Chile, called Teleton (ES) . Carola (ES) explains a little of its history: La historia de Teletón comenzó a...

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