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Godofredo Rodriguez Pacheco displays a sign with a swastika at the President General Augusto Pinochet Ugarte art school in Chiloe, off the coast of Chile. The curriculum will include workshops on Nazism, said Pacheco, a nationalist who supports ... International Business Times UK, 1 week ago

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Pinochet's successor dies, aged 71

Ricardo Izurieta, the general who succeeded dictator Augusto Pinochet as head of Chile's military, has died at the age of 71. A statement from the Chilean army said Izurieta died at his home on Sunday. No cause of death of announced. Izurieta ...
 Sky News Australia2 weeks ago Ricardo Izurieta, military successor to Chile's Pinochet, dies at age 71  CTV News2 weeks ago Chilean Military Chief Who Followed Pinochet Dies  ABC News2 weeks ago What will it take for Chilean Australians to have peace from Pinochets heavies  Big News Network3 weeks ago

Chilean army commander who succeeded Pinochet dies

The former commander of the Chilean army, Ricardo Izurieta Caffarena, who succeeded ex-dictator Augusto Pinochet as army chief, died Sunday. He was 71. According to a communique posted on the army's Web site, Izurieta, who headed the army from 1998 ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago Army commander and Pinochet-successor dies  Santiago Times2 weeks ago

Former Chile army commander dies

The former commander of the Chilean army, Ricardo Izurieta, has died at home aged 71. Gen Izurieta succeeded Augusto Pinochet as army commander in 1998, during the country's difficult transition towards democracy. In a statement, the army ...
 BBC2 weeks ago
CBS News

CBS World News: Chile court rules U.S. military spies complicit in 1973 deaths of missing Americans

Joyce Horman, the widow of an American journalist who disappeared in in Santiago during General Augusto Pinochet's coup d'etat in 1973, speaks at a press conference in London's Westminster Hall. The story of Horman's husband, Charles, was used in ...
 CBS News2 months ago Court U.S. military spies had role leading to 1973 deaths of Americans in Chile  Big News Network2 months ago Chile court rules U.S. military spies complicit in 1973 deaths of missing Americans  Big News Network2 months ago
USA Today

Sunny Leone's Ice Bucket Challenge

Dozens of Chileans persecuted by Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship found refuge working undercover in the pharmacies of a communist businessman named Jorge Schindler who, like Oskar Schindler in Germany, risked his life to save others.
 Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago 'Chilean Schindler's List' saved leftists from regime  USA Today1 week ago Chilean Schindler's List saved leftists from regime week ago


When Chilean military dictator Augusto Pinochet, facing international pressure, calls for a referendum on his presidency in 1988, opposition leaders persuade a brash young advertising executive, Rene Saavedra (Gael Garcia Bernal), to spearhead their ...
 TakePart2 weeks ago Is Latin America's Military Making a Comeback?  NBCNews.com1 month ago Latin America's Militaries Are Making A Comeback  Business Insider1 month ago Is Latin Americas Military Making a Comeback  Big News Network1 month ago


No more privileges for those convicted for crimes that were carried out during Augusto Pinochet's regime (1973-1990): this is the request of an association gathering the relatives of the detenidos and desaparecidos (Afdd): the campaign was launched ...
 Misna17 hours ago
Middle East Eye

Israeli apartheid on the US border

What did Suharto and Augusto Pinochet - the ex-dictators of Indonesia and Chile, respectively - have in common with right-wing Colombian paramilitaries and the South African apartheid regime? All benefited, at one time or another, from Israeli ...
 Middle East Eye3 weeks ago
Africa Green Media

Farming guide to World Cup nations: Chile

The long, thin one down the left-hand side of South America, Chile emerged from the 17-year regime of Augusto Pinochet to halve its poverty rates, assume a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council and become perhaps the most fancied footballing ...
 Africa Green Media1 month ago
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