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World court awards Peru swathe of Chile's fish-rich sea
World court awards Peru swathe of Chile's fish-rich sea

Lima cried victory Monday after the UN's top court handed it a wedge of sea under Chilean sovereignty, but Peruvian fishermen nevertheless said they gained nothing from the historic ruling.

World court awards Peru swathe of Chile's fish-rich sea
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2 Kazakhstan crews in Top 20 of Dakar 2014

The 35th edition of the world's most prestigious Dakar rally has finished in the Chilean city Valparaiso on January 18, 2014.

2 Kazakhstan crews in Top 20 of Dakar 2014
Photo courtesy of the press-service of the Astana Motorsports
Kazakhstan racing crews approach final straight of Dakar rally

Kazakhstan's Astana Motorsports Team racing crews have reached the final straight of the Dakar rally.

Kazakhstan racing crews approach final straight of Dakar rally
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Kazakhstan's racers complete 11th stage of Dakar 2014

The eleventh stage had a difficult high-speed special section that was a key one for the overall success in the Dakar 2014.

Kazakhstan's racers complete 11th stage of Dakar 2014
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Kazakhstan's racers improve their results at Dakar after 10th stage

Kazakhstan’s Astana Motorsports racers have successfully completed the tenth stage of the Dakar 2014.

Kazakhstan's racers improve their results at Dakar after 10th stage
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Dakar's 9th stage no piece of cake for Kazakhstan racers

Kazakhstan racers completed the ninth stage of Dakar rally with stable results.

Dakar's 9th stage no piece of cake for Kazakhstan racers
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Kazakhstan crews retain positions after 8th stage of Dakar

Kazakhstan crews have successfully completed the eighth stage of Dakar.

Kazakhstan crews retain positions after 8th stage of Dakar
Photo courtesy of the press-service of the Astana Motorsports
Kazakhstan challenges Dakar's 7th stage

The Kazakhstan team of Astana Motorsports, containing two off-road crews and one truck, successfully completed the 7th stage at Dakar.

Kazakhstan challenges Dakar's 7th stage
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Kazakhstan crew approaching Top 10 at Dakar

Kazakhstan’s off-road car crew of Rakhimbayev and Demyanenko are approaching the Dakar's Top 10.

Kazakhstan crew approaching Top 10 at Dakar
Photo a courtesy of Astana Motorsports
4 Kazakhstan crews start Dakar Rally 2014

Four Astana Motorsports crews from Astana Presidential Sports Club have started the Dakar Rally 2014, the annual off-road race.

4 Kazakhstan crews start Dakar Rally 2014
Antonio Banderas. ©Reuters/Carlo Allegri
Chilean miracle miners back in spotlight -- on film

At the bottom of a dank salt mine in Colombia, a 200-strong film crew featuring Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is reconstructing the incredible tale of 33 miners buried alive for 69 days in Chile in 2010.

Chilean miracle miners back in spotlight -- on film
Racing: Astana Dakar team vehicles off to South America

A caravan of Astana Dakar team vehicles has been shipped off from the port of Havre, France, to South America after a technical check.

Racing: Astana Dakar team vehicles off to South America
Socialist Bachelet tipped to win easily in Chilean runoff
Socialist Bachelet tipped to win easily in Chilean runoff

Former Chilean president and socialist champion Michelle Bachelet, who has proposed tax reforms and a new constitution for her country, is expected to unseat conservatives Sunday in a runoff election.

Socialist Bachelet tipped to win easily in Chilean runoff
©Reuters/Cheryl Ravelo
Chile observatory finds the coldest spot in space

The coldest place in the universe -- just one degree above absolute zero, the temperatures at which all atoms freeze -- is the Boomerang Nebula.

Chile observatory finds the coldest spot in space
Chile group wants Pinochet 'dictatorship' in textbooks
Chile group wants Pinochet 'dictatorship' in textbooks

A Chilean education advisory group recommended Friday that schools use "dictatorship" rather than "military regime" in textbooks to describe General Augusto Pinochet's rule marred by rights abuses.

Chile group wants Pinochet 'dictatorship' in textbooks
Chile's top court acknowledges Pinochet-era failures
Chile's top court acknowledges Pinochet-era failures

Chile's Supreme Court took for the first time Friday recognized its "omissions" during Augusto Pinochet's brutal 1973 to 1990 dictatorship, but it declined to apologize to victims and their relatives.

Chile's top court acknowledges Pinochet-era failures
New technique finetunes quest for life on other worlds
New technique finetunes quest for life on other worlds

European astronomers said on Friday they had devised a technique to detect water in the atmosphere of planets orbiting other stars.

New technique finetunes quest for life on other worlds
H1N1 flu outbreak in northern Chile kills 11
H1N1 flu outbreak in northern Chile kills 11

At least 11 people have been killed in an outbreak of H1N1 flu virus in northern Chile, where the rate of infection is more than six times higher than the rest of the country.

H1N1 flu outbreak in northern Chile kills 11
Chile observatory discovers 'comet factory'
Chile observatory discovers 'comet factory'

A "dust trap" surrounding a young star could help explain how planets are formed.

Chile observatory discovers 'comet factory'
Bolivia sues Chile for access to Pacific
Bolivia sues Chile for access to Pacific

Landlocked Bolivia sued neighboring Chile in the Hague on Wednesday as it pressed a longstanding claim to recover land lost in a 19th century war and thus regain access to the Pacific.

Bolivia sues Chile for access to Pacific