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· February, 2009

Stories about Chile from February, 2009

Chile: Faces Along Commute Using Transantiago

Andrea Zamora narrates her daily commute to the Municipality of Peñalolén in Santiago, Chile [es] and some of the people she observes riding the Transantiago public transportation system.

Chile: Parking Spaces for Disabled Drivers

Mario Carrasco Berrios describes some of his recent experiences in the city of Talca, Chile with the lack of parking spaces for disabled drivers [es], as well as the problem...

Chile: NGO for Victims of Delinquency Brings Together Citizens

The NGO Víctimas de la Delincuencia [es] (Victims of Delinquency) was created in Chile's capital city of Santiago in 2006 to protect, guide and inform the victims of violence in...

Chile: Helicopter Accident in Maule

Thirteen people died in a helicopter accident in Chanco located in the Maule region of Chile writes Ignacio Corvera of Maulee [es].

Chile: Bachelet's Visit to Cuba

Chilean president Michelle Bachelet has planned a trip to Cuba to improve relations after 37 years. La Pollera [es] writes about some of the criticism that has headed her way...

Chile: Film Festival at Catholic University in Santiago

Seventeen different Chilean films are being shown as part of the 33rd Catholic University Film Festival in Santiago beginning on February 14 through March 1 writes Notas Al Margen [es].

Chile: Number of Unregistered Young Voters

Comparing the number of Chilean young people who are not registered to vote vs. the number who have signed up to use Facebook, Enzo Abbagliati of Cadaunadas [es] wonders why...

Antarctica: Latin Americans Blog from the Coldest Place on Earth

The frigid surroundings of Antarctica may be the last place one would think to find bloggers. However, a handful of Latin Americans have become interested in sharing their experiences traveling...

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