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  1. Rio Tinto's Jean-Sebastien Jacques: World on the Edge of a New Metals AgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Resource Investing News

    This week was CESCO week in Santiago, Chile. It's one of the more notable events in the copper space, and at this year's conference, Rio Tinto's chief executive for copper and coal , Jean-SA bastien Jacques, shared his thoughts on the long-term outlook for copper and what the industry needs to be focused on right now.

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  2. Chile students protest corruption, demand education reformRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Star-Telegram.com

    Thousands of students marched through the streets of Chile's capital Thursday to protest recent corruption scandals and to complain about delays in a promised education overhaul. Police said about 20,000 people took part, while student organizers estimated the crowd at about 150,000.

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  3. Chilean students clash with police in education protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Reuters

    Chilean students return to the streets demanding education reforms and sparking clashes with the police. Rough Cut .

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  4. The world's scariest roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Fox News

    Maybe someday, Doc Brown will be right. Maybe we won't need roads. But until we all get a flying DeLorean, we're going to be using them in our travels, and often they're a big part of the fun.

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  5. Three Cougars, coach Anastopoulo receive All-CAA honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Post and Courier

    College of Charleston women's tennis placed three of its members on the 2015 All-CAA Women's Tennis First Team and veteran coach Angelo Anastopoulo was named the CAA Women's Tennis Coach of the Year, the Colonial Athletic Association announced Wednesday night. “It certainly is a surprise to be honored by my fellow coaches,” Anastopoulo said.

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  6. Lt. won't face claims of crimes against humanityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

    In this undated file photo released by foundation Victor Jara shows Chilean folk singer Victor Jara posing for a portrait in Santiago, Chile. The family of Chilean folk singer has filed a civil lawsuit against former Chilean army lieutenant Pedro Barrientos Nunez, accusing him of torturing and killing Jara by playing a game of ìRussian rouletteî inside a locker room in Santiagoís Estadio Chile, where some 5,000 supporters of President Salvador Allende were detained.

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  7. Woman Scream Festival 2015 ends with great successRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | CNN

    The Woman Scream International Poetry and Art Festival 2015 coordinated by the Women Poets International Movement on its fifth edition, took place in several countries throughout the month of March in a global chain called "Women of Light " that paid tribute to the Mirabal Sisters as symbol of global struggle of women to reach a place of respect in history. Woman Scream was also part of the events of 2015: International Year of Light by UNESCO.

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  8. Freeport's Atlantic Copper smelter to cut output due to maintenanceRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Reuters

    Freeport McMoRan Inc's copper smelter in Spain will produce 15,000-20,000 tonnes less copper this year due to 20-day planned maintenance in September, a senior executive said on Wednesday. Speaking with Reuters on the sidelines of the CRU Copper conference, Javier Targhetta, president of Atlantic Copper and senior vice president for marketing and sales at Freeport, said the smelter based in Huelva, Spain, produced 284,000 tonnes last year.

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  9. How Much Further Will Copper Prices Fall?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Seeking Alpha

    In the face of weakening demand from China, prices have slid for much of this year and if Chinese demand, alone, was the sole driver there would be little prospect of ANY support to the price in the short-to-medium term. Chinese copper import growth came in at a weak 2.4% year-on-year in March.

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  10. Fitch: Flood Losses in Northern Chile Unlikely to Impact Chilean Insurers' RatingsRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Business Wire

    The Chilean property/casualty insurance industry will adequately absorb the incurred claims and will result in a limited effect in 2015 fiscal year net income. The agency considers unlikely an impact on the insurers' solvency and ratings due to the limited effect in net loss ratios, which mainly will be derived from infrastructure damage, roads, commercial buildings and housing claims.

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  11. Seventy-five union leaders meet in Santiago, ChileRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | PressReleasePoint

    Union leaders representing mechanics, pilots, flight attendants, and ground staff of LAN Airlines and TAM Airlines from seven countries: Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil and Paraguay are providing support to the striking workers of LAN in Chile. - More than 75 union leaders from the LATAM Group in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil and Paraguay are meeting in Chile in order to expand the conflict to each one of these countries.

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  12. Amid push for medical marijuana, studies get started to tell if extract really helps epilepsyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Vancouver Sun

    Even as some states are allowing use of certain marijuana extracts to treat severe epilepsy, the rigorous research needed to prove if one of these compounds really works is just getting under way. Monday, researchers said new findings from a small safety study suggest the extract cannabidiol should be put to the real test.

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  13. Using drones to hunt for the oceans' plastic pollutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Swissinfo

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  14. New studies to tell if marijuana extract helps epilepsyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Canada.com

    Even as some states are allowing use of certain marijuana extracts to treat severe epilepsy, the rigorous research needed to prove if one of these compounds really works is just getting under way. Monday, researchers said new findings from a small safety study suggest the extract cannabidiol should be put to the real test.

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  15. Marijuana compound shows promise in treating seizures from severe epilepsyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Washington Post

    A rally in Santiago, Chile, in March to support cultivation of cannabis for medicinal purposes included several families with children suffering from epilepsy. Children with two of the most severe forms of epilepsy can suffer scores of seizures each day, as well as long-term physical and cognitive problems.

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  16. Amerigo Announces Appointment of Alberto Salas as President of...Read the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Sys-Con Media

    The CPC is the leading trade organization of the Chilean business community, and represents the six main productive sectors in the country including the National Agriculture Society, the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism, the National Mining Society, the Manufacturers' Association, the Chilean Construction Chamber and the Bankers' Association. Dr. Klaus Zeitler, Amerigo's Chairman and CEO, stated "I am pleased to take this opportunity to congratulate Mr. Salas on his appointment to this important and prestigious position.

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  17. Dividends To Lift Your SpiritsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Seeking Alpha

    Of all the consumable beverages, it seems that alcoholic drinks are particularly recession resistant. In fact, one full year into the last recession in 2008, alcohol sales actually grew by 9%.

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  18. St Teresa of Los Andes; St Martin I, Pope; St HermenegildRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Catholic.net

    One doesn t need to live a long life to leave a deep imprint. Teresa of Los Andes is proof of that.

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  19. RPT-New reckoning for copper miners now running in the redRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 12 | Reuters

    Nearly a quarter of the world's major copper mines are running in the red, even after producers including Codelco and BHP Billiton engage in their deepest cost-cutting in years, according to a Reuters analysis. A 17-percent slump since last July has pushed copper futures on the London Metals Exchange to under $6,000 a tonne, the lowest since 2009, is the first major test of producers' margins since the global economic crisis, forcing a new reckoning after five years of relatively consistent profitability.

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  20. British marathon man becomes first blind runner to finish 160-mile ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Daily Mail

    A British marathon runner has become the first blind athlete to complete the 'toughest footrace on Earth', which saw him run almost 160 miles across the Sahara Desert. Dave Heeley, 57, from West Bromwich, ran the gruelling challenge over six days as he battled through sand dunes, dried river beds and rocks.

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