13.05.2011 [Quill & Quire] - Born a week after the death of Che Guevara, Aguirre grew up in a household obsessed with social upheaval: her mother and stepfather were part of the underground movement that spread throughout South America following Augusto Pinochet's violent 1973
02.06.2011 [ElEspectador.com] - Dentro de tres meses, el Servicio Médico Legal de Chile deberá entregar un reporte definitivo sobre las causas de la muerte del presidente Salvador Allende, muerto durante el golpe militar de 1973, liderado por Augusto Pinochet.
02.06.2011 [YLE] - Nobel-palkittu vasemmistolainen Neruda kuoli vuonna 1973 vain 12 päivää sen jälkeen, kun kenraali Augusto Pinochet oli kaapannut vallan. Nerudan on kerrottu kuolleen eturauhassyöpään, mutta viranomaiset aikovat nyt selvittää henkirikoksen
01.06.2011 [Arizona Daily Star] - Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship that eulogized Allende and accused Chile's soldiers of having betrayed their country. He'd won the Nobel Prize for Literature two years earlier, giving him great international prestige. MADRID - Twelve passengers on a
01.06.2011 [Il Post] - Allende morì l'undici settembre del 1973, mentre il generale Augusto Pinochet prendeva il potere con un golpe militare dando l'assalto finale alla Moneda, il palazzo presidenziale di Santiago del Cile. Le circostanze della morte di Allende non sono mai
"Die Demokratie", so wußte Junta-Chef General Augusto Pinochet ein Sprichwort zu zitieren, "muß gelegentlich in Blut gebadet werden, damit die Demokratie fortbestehen kann." Glücklicherweise sei ihre Badekur mit "ein paar Tropfen" ausgekommen [...] - Nr. 40, 1. Oktober 1973, S. 114
Ci sami, którzy są odpowiedzialni za najbardziej brutalne systemy ucisku, jakie pamięta ludzkość, którzy głosili narodom złowieszczą ideologię marksistowskiego socjalizmu, dziś roszczą sobie prawo do bycia moimi sędziami. - Źródło: w liście otwartym do Chilijczyków, 27 grudnia 1998
12.05.2011 [Democracy Now] - In 1998, he ordered the arrest of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, a move that led to Pinochet's arrest and detention in Britain. In 2003, Garzón indicted Osama bin Laden and dozens of other members of al-Qaeda. Garzón later attempted to
30.05.2011 [Business Day] - Chile is unique in many other ways: its Escondida copper mine is the world's largest; former president Michelle Bachelet was the first elected female president in Latin America; under p resident Augusto Pinochet it provided a live laboratory experiment
10.05.2011 [Berkeleyside] - by Email What do Augusto Pinochet, archaeology, and radio-astronomy have to do with each other? More than you might imagine, as you'll learn from Chilean director Patricio Guzman's brilliant new documentary, Nostalgia for the Light, which opens this
30.05.2011 [Nehanda Radio] - However the precedent set in Augusto Pinochet case remain valid with respect to prosecution of foreigners accused of committing international crimes. The House of Lords then ruled Pinochet could be extradited to Spain to face torture charges.
22.05.2011 [Montreal Gazette (blog)] - Nostalgia for the Light, from Chile, takes place in the Atacama desert, where astronomers are looking for the origins of the universe, where archeologists are looking for early civilizations, where the regime of Augusto Pinochet built concentration
25.05.2011 [The Women's International Perspective] - Hinchey presented a similar amendment for declassifying documents related to General Augusto Pinochet's administration. Declassification resulted in the publication of 24000 documents that proved to be crucial in the prosecution of crimes committed
27.05.2011 [Middle East Online] - Hajji explained that his interest in the art of rebellion was triggered by what he described as 'the heinous acts of the Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet who was responsible for the death of many intellectuals, artists and musicians including the
23.05.2011 [MercoPress] - Augusto Pinochet. According to Judge Miranda, he was greeted by marines, arrested without warrant, held at one of the makeshift torture and detention centres set up at Federico Santa Maria University, and later transferred to the Naval War Academy.
20.05.2011 [Workers World] - Augusto Pinochet. He was among thousands of Chileans, including hundreds of members of the Revolutionary Left Movement (MIR), who received such treatment. The Immigration Court transcript includes testimony that Toro and his spouse, Nieves Ayress
19.05.2011 [Latin America News Dispatch] - Tear gas was first used by Chile's police forces during the 1973-1990 dictatorship under Augusto Pinochet. Posted by Mari Hayman on May 19, 2011. Filed under Chile, News Briefs. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0.
23.05.2011 [Salon] - ... technical sense when he explained that in order to achieve "stability" in Chile it was necessary to "destabilize" the country (by overthrowing the elected government of Salvador Allende and installing the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet).