Pinochet ordered the 1976 assassination of opposition leader Letelier, says CIA

On September 21, 1976, as Letelier was driving along Washington's Embassy Row, a bomb ripped through his car, instantly killing him and his American assistantOn September 21, 1976, as Letelier was driving along Washington's Embassy Row, a bomb ripped through his car, instantly killing him and his American assistant

The United States on Friday gave Chilean President Michelle Bachelet declassified CIA documents confirming that former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet personally ordered the 1976 assassination of opposition leader Orlando Letelier. US Deputy Secretary of State Heather Higginbottom presented the documents to Bachelet during a ceremony on the si...

Temer links Rousseff's removal with the drastic change in economic policy

Temer candidly admitted that it had become imperious to change the economic course since Brazil has been in the worst recession since the 1930sTemer candidly admitted that it had become imperious to change the economic course since Brazil has been in the worst recession since the 1930s

Brazilian president Michel Temer addressing business leaders and foreign policy experts in New York earlier this week revealed another twist to the recent political events in the country which led to the impeachment and removal of his elected predecessor Dilma Rousseff.

Latam modifies ownership structure before the entrance of Qatar airlines

 ”The measure was necessary due to the 11% dilution for all shareholders resulting from the entrance of Qatar Airlines into (LATAM's) share structure” ”The measure was necessary due to the 11% dilution for all shareholders resulting from the entrance of Qatar Airlines into (LATAM's) share structure”

The Amaro family from Brazil, one of the main controllers of LATAM Airlines, sold a 6.47% stake in the regional carrier on Friday on the Santiago stock exchange for some US$296 million, as part of a strategy to modify the company's ownership structure.

Heavy fire from Obama, if blacks don't turn out to vote, “I will consider it an insult to my legacy”

“There's no such thing as a vote that doesn't matter. It all matters,” Obama told the crowd at the event hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. “There's no such thing as a vote that doesn't matter. It all matters,” Obama told the crowd at the event hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.

President Barack Obama, in one of his final presidential addresses to a predominately black audience of Capitol Hill lawmakers and guests, made a plea to his Democratic base: African-Americans must vote en masse in November's presidential contest to help his legacy or he will be personally insulted.

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