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· May, 2008

Stories about Chile from May, 2008

Chile: How To Read Smog Map

Chileno provides an in-depth look at the Chilean government's smog map and what it says about the levels of contamination in the capital city of Santiago.

Chile: Spanish Photographer Injured While Covering Protests

A Spanish photographer was injured after being hit by a Chilean policeman, while covering protests in the city of Valparaíso. Fernando Meza of Periodismo Globa [es] has the full story.

Chile: Meeting with Ministry of Planning for One Computer Per Child Project

Luis Ramírez of Audentes Fortuna Luva [es] writes about his meeting with the Chilean Minister of Planning regarding the One Computer Per Child project. Ramírez writes that it was suggested...

Peru: Scam Leads Readers to Believe of War With Chile

Eduardo Villanueva of Casi Un Blog Mk II [es] writes about a phishing scam that attempts to lead readers to believe that Chile declared war on neighboring Peru.

Chile: Public Libraries Helping After Volcano Disaster

Enzo Abbagliati of Cadaunadas [es] salutes members of local libraries in Chile for their work in assisting after the eruption of the Chaitén volcano. Some have organizing activities in the...

Chile: political messages in online music video stir the population

Inform Yourself, a political critique Hip-hop song and video made from youtube videos and distributed on that same channel, has caused a stir in the Chilean community and unleashed a...

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