Sunday, October 19, 2014

News of Chile- NY Times


News about Chile, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

Chronology of Coverage

  1. Sep. 26, 2014
    Cerro Sombrero Journal; Chilean government-sanctioned culling of the guanaco, wild cousin of the llama, in Chile's portion of Tierra del Fuego draws opposition from animal rights activists and tourism officials; Chilean authorities allowed as many as 4,125 to be killed in 2014 alone. MORE
  2. Sep. 9, 2014
    Bomb explodes in subway station in Santiago, Chile, wounding at least 14 people; no one has claimed responsibility for attack. MORE
  3. Jul. 22, 2014
    Construction has begun in Chile on giant telescope known as European Extremely Large Telescope, or E-ELT, and plans have been made for second telescope in Chile, along with one on Mauna Kea in Hawaii; E-ELTs, built by an international consortium, will deliver large amount of data to scientists of the 2020s and usher in new era of space exploration. MORE
  4. Jul. 1, 2014
    Chilean court finds United States military intelligence services played a pivotal role in setting up murders of American citizens, filmmaker Charles Horman and student activist Frank Teruggi, in 1973; rules American naval officer Ray E Davis alerted Chilean officials to their activities, which led to their arrests and executions. MORE
  5. Jun. 11, 2014
    Chilean government commission rejects $8 billion proposal to dam Patagonian rivers to meet growing energy demands, handing a victory to environmentalists who praise the ruling. MORE


Hagel Cites Progress in Turkey Talks About Syria

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Saturday the U.S. is making “considerable progress” in its negotiations with Turkey over the plan to train and equip Syrian rebels in their fight against ISIS.
October 11, 2014, Saturday

Chile: Explosive Device Kills One Person in Santiago

A homemade bomb exploded in Santiago, Chile’s capital, on Thursday, killing one man, the police said.
September 26, 2014, Friday

In Chile, an Animal Whose Numbers Please No One

Government-sanctioned culling of the guanaco in Tierra del Fuego has drawn opposition from animal rights activists and tourism officials.
September 26, 2014, Friday

Chile: 3 Suspects Arrested in Bombing

Chilean officials said Thursday that they had arrested three members of an anarchist cell suspected in the country’s worst bomb attack in more than two decades.
September 19, 2014, Friday

Chile: Bombing in Santiago Wounds at Least 14 People

A bomb exploded in a subway station in Santiago, the capital, on Monday, wounding at least 14 people.
September 9, 2014, Tuesday

What We're Reading: Great Summer Picks

Recommended reads from New York Times reporters and editors, highlighting great stories from around the web.
September 2, 2014, Tuesday

More Eyes on the Skies

Construction is starting on several gargantuan observatories, mostly in Chile, the most ambitious spree of telescope-making in the history of astronomy.
July 22, 2014, Tuesday

What We're Reading

Recommended reads from New York Times reporters and editors, highlighting great stories from around the web.
July 8, 2014, Tuesday

Chilean Court Rules U.S. Had Role in Murders

The court found that in 1973 an American naval officer provided Chilean officials with information on two Americans, which led to their executions as part of a coup that ousted President Salvador Allende.
July 1, 2014, Tuesday

Penalty-Kick Shootouts Are a World Cup Abomination

The old North American Soccer League seemed to have a better idea, sending players against the goalkeeper from 35 yards out in a better test of skills.
June 30, 2014, Monday
MORE ON CHILE AND: Brazil , Soccer , World Cup 2014 (Soccer) , Chile


World Cup 2014: Brazil Defeats Chile on Penalty Kicks, 1-1
Brazil, the tournament favorite and host, narrowly escaped defeat after Chile’s Gonzalo Jara hit the post with his final penalty kick. Brazil advances to the quarterfinals.
Wildfire Rages in Chile
Firefighters struggle to contain a massive wildfire in Valparaíso, Chile, that has destroyed thousands of homes since Saturday.
NYT Now: CCTV Shows Chilean Quake
Security cameras inside a pharmacy captured the moment a magnitude 8.2 earthquake struck off the coast of northern Chile.
Security Camera Footage of Chilean Quake
Closed-circuit television cameras in a pharmacy in northern Chile captured the moment an earthquake struck.
Cheap money era ends
Emerging markets will see investment dry up as real interest rates rise sharply and capital becomes more expensive - bad news for a still fragile global economy, warns Breakingviews' Andy Mukherjee.

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