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  1. Victory For Paulo Goncalves In The Fourth Stage Of The Atacama RallyRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Paddock Talk

    Team HRC and Paulo Goncalves took the top honours in the fourth stage of a fast and hazardous Atacama Rally. The team's Argentinean rider Kevin Benavides fell while Ricky Brabec had a steady day in the saddle.

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  2. Kevin Benavides Makes Progress In The Atacama RallyRead the original story

    Friday | Paddock Talk

    Argentinean Kevin Benavides today rode a fine stage in the Copiapo dunes. The demanding stage saw the Team HRC prodigy excel in navigation as he took second spot on the day and second in the general standings.

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  3. Quintanilla Maintains Slim Overall Lead at Atacama RallyRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 25 | Power Sports Network

    ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RIDER PABLO QUINTANILLA MAINTAINED THE SLIMMEST OF OVERALL LEADS AFTER THE SECOND STAGE OF THE ATACAMA DESERT AND GOES INTO THURSDAY'S THIRD STAGE WITH JUST A 10 SECOND ADVANTAGE OVER AUSTRALIAN TOBY PRICE. ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RIDER PABLO QUINTANILLA MAINTAINED THE SLIMMEST OF OVERALL LEADS AFTER THE SECOND STAGE OF THE ATACAMA DESERT AND GOES INTO THURSDAY'S THIRD STAGE WITH JUST A 10 SECOND ADVANTAGE OVER AUSTRALIAN TOBY PRICE.

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  4. Tough Day For Team HRC Who Remain Amongst The Leaders At The Atacama RallyRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 25 | Paddock Talk

    Team HRC's trio of riders Paulo Goncalves, Kevin Benavides and Ricky Brabec continue to rub shoulders the leaders in the Atacama Rally in spite of suffering the severity of the rally's longest stage. It was a long and tough stage today at the Atacama Rally around the spectacular 'Hand of the Desert' in Antofagasta.

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  5. Quintanilla Takes Line Honours in Opening Stage of Atacama RallyRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Power Sports Network

    ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RIDER PABLO QUINTANILLA, CLEARLY COMFORTABLE RIDING AT HOME IN CHILE, TOOK LINE HONOURS IN THE OPENING STAGE OF THE ATACAMA RALLY, WHICH TOOK RIDERS OVER A VERY DUSTY 231 KM TIMED SPECIAL AS THEY TRAVELLED FROM ANTOFAGASTA TO CALAMA. ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RIDER PABLO QUINTANILLA, CLEARLY COMFORTABLE RIDING AT HOME IN CHILE, TOOK LINE HONOURS IN THE OPENING STAGE OF THE ATACAMA RALLY, WHICH TOOK RIDERS OVER A VERY DUSTY 231 KM TIMED SPECIAL AS THEY TRAVELLED FROM ANTOFAGASTA TO CALAMA.

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  6. From North To South: The Atacama Rally, Next Mission For Team HRCRead the original story

    Monday Aug 22 | Paddock Talk

    Team HRC is fully-booked over the next few days. While Joan Barreda and Michael Metge have been taking part and dominate the 'Vegas to Reno' race in the United States, the rest of the team - Paulo Goncalves, Ricky Brabec and Kevin Benavides - are competing in Chile at the Atacama Rally, the penultimate date of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship.

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  7. Magnitude 5.5 quake hits near Chile's copper mining areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Jerusalem Post

    A magnitude 5.5 quake struck near Chile's copper mining area in the north of the country, the US Geological Survey said on Friday. The earthquake, located 116 miles north of the city of Copiapo, was relatively deep, 80.8 miles below the earth's surface, the USGS said.

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  8. Ar EditorialCHILEAN Rescue Effort Weaves a Ragged Thread of Hope Into a Flag of TriumphRead the original story

    May 25, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  9. Ar EditorialCHILEAN Rescue Effort Weaves a Ragged Thread of Hope Into a Flag of TriumphRead the original story

    May 24, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  10. Goodbye, old friend: Heart-breaking moment a dog helps bury his pal ...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Body parts, seats and luggage are found by MS804 search crews: Horror for relatives as discovery of EgyptAir jet debris dashes hopes their loved ones may have survived 'terror attack' Donald Trump is closing in on Hillary Clinton in new national poll - but he'd get Berned by double digits if Democrats nominated Sanders ISIS informant: New Yorker who joined terror group tells of the moment he 'saw severed heads placed on spiked poles' and knew he had to flee Syria Susan Sarandon's brother dies aged 55 after suffering a heart attack while taking a life-guard class with his 14-year-old son Now secret threesome star tries to gag Twitter users from naming him online and is even contacting people in countries where his British gagging order doesn't apply Are you washing your dishes correctly? The eight rules to make sure your dishes leave the dishwasher sparkling clean revealed Chandra Levy ... (more)

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  11. Ar EditorialCHILEAN Rescue Effort Weaves a Ragged Thread of Hope Into a Flag of TriumphRead the original story

    May 19, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  12. AMERICA/CHILE - The protests of fishermen after the environmental disaster of Ancud still unansweredRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2016 | Fides News

    The Bishop of the Chilean diocese of San Carlos de Ancud, His Exc. Mgr. Juan Maria Florindo Agurto Munoz, O.S.M. managed to allow a few trucks with fuel and groceries to pass in order to supply the Chiloe area, blocked by the protests.

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  13. Ar EditorialCHILEAN Rescue Effort Weaves a Ragged Thread of Hope Into a Flag of TriumphRead the original story

    May 9, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  14. Coro Intersects Further Substantial Copper Mineralization at Marimaca ...Read the original story

    May 6, 2016 | Market Wire

    ... m continuous basis, with dry samples riffle split on site and one quarter sent to the Geolaquim laboratory in Copiapo, Chile by Coro personnel for preparation and assaying. A second quarter was stored on site for reference. Samples were prepared ...

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  15. Ar EditorialCHILEAN Rescue Effort Weaves a Ragged Thread of Hope Into a Flag of TriumphRead the original story

    Apr 29, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  16. Ar EditorialCHILEAN Rescue Effort Weaves a Ragged Thread of Hope Into a Flag of TriumphRead the original story

    Apr 28, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  17. MomentumHOW Low Can We Go?Read the original story

    Apr 25, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  18. Revelo Defines Shear-Zone Hosted Gold Systems at Its Morsas ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Market Wire

    Revelo Resources Corp. is pleased to announce that it has defined a shear-zone hosted gold target that is related to a major splay of the Atacama Fault Zone, at its wholly-owned Morsas project in northern Chile. The shear-zone system extends over at least 6 kilometers, and possibly over as much as 12 kilometers, within the Revelo property boundary.

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  19. MomentumHOW Low Can We Go?Read the original story

    Apr 22, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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  20. MomentumHOW Low Can We Go?Read the original story

    Apr 22, 2016 | American Reporter

    On the broad shoulders of a young Chilean miner the hopes and hearts of a battered nation and a worried world were lifted to the surface of a remote desert mine where he once labored in obscurity, only to find himself Tuesday night in a glaring spotlight cast by more than 2,000 journalists from 200 countries after he spent 68 days in captivity with 32 colleagues half a mile beneath the earth. There has been little in history to rival the saga of these men trapped by a cave-in in a subterranean shelter where for 17 days no one above knew if they were dead or alive.

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