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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 Court to decide which will is valid for Temuco millionaire

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22/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- After a second will revoking the decision of deceased agricultural mogul Oliva Albertina Cortessi to leave more than 4.5 billion pesos to the Hogar de Cristo charity, the courts will have to be the ones to determine which document is valid. The decision will be determined by the First Civil Court of Temuco, which will have to establish whether the first document, dating back to 1997, or the second text presented by relatives of the businesswoman will be considered official version. According to the latter, signed in 2005, the woman planned to leave her possessions, which include six rural properties, three homes and a school, to her relatives. Nevertheless, the attorney representing the deceased, Sonia Vargas, has contested the validity of the second will. Meanwhile, Carlos Reyes, the attorney that wrote the document, has said that it was intended to "nullify the...

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...

Ingles Velasco speaks out against right wing criticism of statements made by Bachelet

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22/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- Following the latest public address by President Michelle Bachelet, Andrés Velasco refuted the words of criticism spoken by the right-wing Alianza coalition and their presidential candidate, Sebastián Piñera, stressing that the decisions made pertained to government initiatives, not campaigning ones. In response to the statements made by the presidential candidate, who said that he would have preferred a bonus of $50 thousand pesos and not $40 thousand as was announced by Bachelet, Minister Velasco asserted that "there is no shame in asking, but when you are governing and not campaigning, you have to make decisions and the government has made decisions I consider wise". During an interview with Radio Cooperativa, the state official also rejected criticism made by the Alliance regarding "minimal investment", saying that the statement "simply does not align with the...
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