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08/02/14 - El Mercurio (Chile)

Futuro gobierno frena salida de subsecretario DCC 8IsapresDiez cosas que hay que saber antes de elegir un plan de saludB 13Diputado Silva comunica a senador Coloma que estaría dispuesto a competir para presidir próxima directiva UDIC 70,2% de IPC de enero fue impulsado por alzas en transporte, salud y vivienda.B 5Juez indagado por abuso sexual falló en caso similar: Corte anuló sentenciaC 15  Parlamento británico arrienda sus espléndidos salones para fiestas.A 13Microcasas: Estar cómodos y sin estrés en menos de 25 m2. VDAgustín Huneeus habla del ego de los viñateros y de su hermano Pablo.SábadoVidactualEl auge de los españoles en Chile se consolida como la última reconquista3Las 75 cosas que todos deben saber acerca de Batman 10 y 11Frase del díaLo que antes era la Alameda de las Delicias, hoy muchos la califican como la Alameda de las Inmundicias".CAROLINA TOHÁ,...

Ingles Court confirms arraignment of ex-conscript in Víctor Jara case

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29/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- The Ninth Court of Appeals of Santiago decided to confirm the prosecution dictated by Minister Juan Eduardo Fuentes against former member of the armed forces José Paredes Márquez accusing him of perpetrating the murder of singer-songwriter Víctor Jara. The decision was reached after the court heard the arguments of prosecuting attorney Nelson Caucoto and the representative for the Human Rights program of the Ministry of Interior Relations, Karina Fernández. Attorney María José Dávila, who was to defend Paredes, was not present at the hearing. In a unanimous decision, ministers Emilio Elgueta, Mario Carroza and incorporated attorney Jorge Lagos also ruled to keep Paredes Márquez, who is currently being held at the CAS high-security prison facility, in custody. On Tuesday of last week, Minister Fuentes filed charges against the former conscript after he admitted...

Ingles Chile ties with Belgium at last Kirin Cup match

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29/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- The Chilean national soccer team has left much to speculation regarding their upcoming World Cup qualifying matches after a 1-1 tie today against Belgium at their last match at the Kirin Cup in Japan. At the event, which was the team's last game before they face Paraguay and Bolivia, Marcelo Bielsa's players once again failed to close out the match and was plagued by defensive errors. The outcome has led to some concern since several of the players that were placed as starters today are also scheduled to take the field against Paraguay. The scoreboard was marked first by the Belgians with a goal by Kevin Roelandts at the 15 minute mark. Later, the game was tied when Universidad Católica player Gary Medel scored a point for Chile. The match marked the second time Chile and Belgium have faced each other. The first occasion was in 1960, as preparation for...

Ingles Government on purchase of F-16 planes: "There is still road to cover"

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26/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- "There is nothing new". This was the emphatic statement made by government spokesperson Carolina Tohá while mentioning the press reports indicating that Chile and Holland may have reached the beginnings of an agreement for the purchase of eighteen F-16 planes. "What has happened is simply that the process has continued. Stages have been fulfilled, but the process still has a lot of road to cover and is moving along normally. There is nothing new to say about it, simply that the process is moving along as planned", stated the spokesperson for La Moneda. Tohá also asked the public not to jump to "other conclusions". Nevertheless, reports yesterday indicated that the Undersecretary of Dutch Defense, Jack de Vries, sent a letter to the Parliament of his country confirming the agreement with Chile made for the F-16 planes, which is necessary to complete the...

Ingles Apples, lettuce and potatoes display price differences of up to 200% between supermarkets and open markets

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25/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO. - According to a poll taken by the Ministry of Agriculture through the Consumer Unit of the Agricultural Studies and Policy Office (ODEPA), apples, romaine lettuce and potatoes displayed the most significant price differences this week with variations of up to 200% between supermarkets and open markets. In the case of Granny Smith apples, the price variation reached 200%, with averages fluctuating between $599 pesos at supermarkets in the eastern part of Santiago and $200 pesos at open fruit and vegetable markets in the southern sector of the capital. The differences observed between romaine lettuce and desirée potatoes reached 195%, with both vegetables selling for between $590 and $200 pesos. In the case of lettuce, the most expensive prices were found in supermarkets in the southern part of the city, while the cheapest prices were observed in open-air markets...

Ingles Popular melodies of Sol y Lluvia arrive at Galpón Víctor Jara

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22/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- After a series of performances in Talca and Valparaíso, the Chilean band Sol y Lluvia has returned to Santiago for a concert at 11:00 PM tonight at Galpón Víctor Jara. The presentation marks the popular singing group's return to a large-scale venue in the capital city, as well as the continuation of one of the series planned to grace the stage for the rest of the year: the "Canto Libre" cycle, which will go on through December. Founded in 1978 by brothers Amaro, Johnny and Charles Labra (playing guitar, base and drums respectively), Sol y Lluvia is now celebrating its 30 year anniversary with a national tour that commenced in 2008 and will continue through the rest of 2009. The group has also announced the recording of its next album, which will follow the previous releases of "La conspiración de la esperanza" (2004) and the DVD "En vivo" (2005). After gaining...

Ingles Man carrying homemade bomb dies in explosion in downtown Santiago

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22/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- A man was severely mutilated and killed early this morning when a homemade bomb he was carrying exploded in downtown Santiago. The individual was riding his bicycle near the School of Gendarmerie, located on Matta Avenue, when the device he was carrying in his backpack exploded at approximately 1:30 AM. According to Radio Bío Bío, the explosive was made out of a fire extinguisher that had been filled with gunpowder. After hearing the loud noise, residents in the area awoke and made their way to the scene of the explosion where they encountered the horrifically burned and dismembered body of the man. Police cornered off the scene after finding tissue remains within a 70 meter radius of the explosion. Authorities are currently investigating to determine the individual's identity and the characteristics of the bomb. Following hours of analysis performed by...

Ingles Roland Garros tournament drawing comes out favorable for Chile

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22/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO/ PARIS.- The Chilean tennis players at the Roland Garros tournament enjoyed a beneficial drawing, although two of them could face each other during the third round. Fernando González (ATP No.12) will face a player from the qualifiers, Paul Capdeville (ATP No.76) will go up against Argentine player Diego Junqueira (ATP No.79) and Nicolás Massú (ATP No.122) will play against Austrian player Daniel Koellerer (ATP No.81). Capdeville and Massú could face each other during the third round, although the Santiago native will have to defeat a rival that he just recently lost to in Kitzbühel before going up against Russian national Nikolay Davydenko (ATP No.10) and Austrian player Stefan Koubek. Meanwhile, Massú and Koellerer faced each other in Kitzbühel in 2005, where the Viña del Mar native triumphed by 7-6(5) and 7-5. If he moves on to the next round, he will...
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Ingles Over 20 thousand tickets already sold for Chile-Bolivia game

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20/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- 21,734 tickets have already been sold for the second-to-final home match of the Chilean National Soccer Team in the qualifying phase for the South Africa 2010 World Cup. On Wednesday, June 10 at 9:00 PM in the National Stadium, Chile goes up against Bolivia in what could potentially be a huge step for the National Team in their race to make it to South Africa. The tickets are on sale at Paris department stores in Iquique, La Serena, Viña del Mar, Valparaíso, Rancagua, Curicó, Talca, Concepción and Santiago; and are also available at the Feria del Disco in Antofagasta, La Serena, Viña del Mar, Rancagua, Talca, Chillán, Concepción, Temuco, Osorno and Puerto Montt. Ticket prices run from $9,800 pesos in the general stands to $143,800 in the "high pacific" seats. An additional 20% discount is offered if one purchases with the "Mas" card ($7.800 general). Chile goes up...

Ingles Chilean national team trains in Japan

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19/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- The Chilean national soccer team held their first practice today in Japan following a long trip that included stopovers in Paris and Tokyo before finally arriving in the city of Hirono, which has a 13 hour time difference with Chile. The team, led by Eduardo Berizzo and Luis Bonini, arrived early in the morning Japanese time, (nighttime in Chile) and, after only a brief rest, held their first practice in Asia during the afternoon (early morning in Chile). The Kirin Cup matches will begin next week, however the coaching staff for the national team hopes to observe the squadron, which includes newcomers Braulio Leal, José Rojas and Iquique native Edson Puch. Jorge Valdivia joined the team's midfield after travelling directly from the United Arab Emirates to Japan. After a 29-hour long trip from Santiago, the team worked to recharge itself at the same location used in...
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