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Uncertainty reigns in tight Chilean presidential election
Uncertainty reigns in tight Chilean presidential elections as voters decide to swing country to the right or keep it in center-left
Today in Pictures: Nov. 17, 2011
Students clash with the riot police during a demonstration against the government of President Sebastian Pinera in Valparaiso, Chile, Nov. 17, 2011. Thousands of students and teachers took to the streets of Valparaiso, in a protest intended to ramp up pressure on the government for...
APEC Family Photo Taken Without ‘Cononut Bras’
KO OLINA, Hawaii — The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation conference may be best known to the public for the annual “Family Photo” in which the assembled world leaders wear clothing native to the host country. Today’s photo, however, broke with that tradition. No shirts or...
Riot Police Fire Tear Gas and Water Canons on Student Protesters in Chilean Capital
Government Promised to Lower the Loan Interest Rates, but Students Wanted More
Czech President Becomes YouTube Hit After Stealing Pen; Over 5,000 Czechs Sign Up to Send Him Pens
Klaus Says He Takes Souvenirs From Events All the Time as People Pledge to Send Him Pens
Czech President Vaclav Klaus Steals a Pen, Ends Up on YouTube
Klaus Becomes Viral Sensation, Says He Takes Souvenirs From Events All the Time
The Note's Must-Reads for Thursday, March 24, 2011
Compiled by ABC News Digital News Associates and Desk Assistants Jacqueline Fernandez, Claudia Morales, Jayce Henderson and Jordan Manor PRESIDENT OBAMA: The Washington Time’s Kara Rowland: “A President worth a billion dollars?” In a political career already noted for historic...
Mullen to Donilon to Obama: A US Plane Is Down in Libya
The message from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen, was urgent. At 7:30 pm local time last night, Mullen reached National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, in Santiago, Chile, with President Obama, and told him that...
Chilean Miner Edison Pena Arrives at NYC Marathon
Edison Pena, who jogged through a collapsed Chilean mine while trapped 69 days, showed he is ready for the spotlight of New York City. "I gave a letter to the postman," he crooned in his best Elvis voice to a room full of reporters who applauded his rendition of "Return to Sender." Pena had asked
Life Underground: Chilean Miner 'Super Mario' Speaks
Mario Sepulveda, the master of ceremonies on the videos that made the Chilean miners world famous, was the second miner to emerge from the rescue capsule Wednesday. Though many of the 33 Chilean miners have agreed to keep the details of the 69-day ordeal a secret, others have started to share their