On this day in 2014, Sebastian Piñera, the first right-wing president since Chile’s transition to democracy – left La Moneda after completing his four-year term with 50 percent approval rating. The centre-right billionaire businessman left behind a stable and growing economy, with unemployment at just 6 percent, and a treasury rich with profits from the nation’s lucrative copper industry.
SANTIAGO – Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport, the main airport in Chile, has been nominated for the Outstanding Achievement award. The Global Aerospace, Aviation, Defense and Space Outstanding Achievement award gives recognition to air […]
GUATEMALA – At least five people have been killed in a 6.9-magnitude earthquake that struck in western Guatemala near the border with Mexico, according to Guatemalan authorities. Nearly 1,140 people were affected by the Wednesday’s […]
MIGUEL ZAPATER CORNEJO SANTIAGO – School bullying, or bullying, is one more of manifestations of violence in current society, and due to its effects in children and above all in adolescents-in-training, has sensitized schools, families […]