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# sebastian-pinera - Friday 5 October, 2012

President to meet political leaders and Irish community in Chile

President Michael D Higgins has a busy schedule on the day two of his South American trip.

# sebastian-pinera - Thursday 4 October, 2012

Pictures: Day one of Michael D Higgins in Chile El Presidente This post contains images

Pictures: Day one of Michael D Higgins in Chile

The President met with his Chilean counterpart on a busy day of public engagements.

Higgins to meet Chilean president on first full day of South America trip

After arriving in Chile yesterday morning, President Higgins kicks off his two weeks trip to South American with a day of public engagements in Santiago.

# sebastian-pinera - Saturday 3 March, 2012

Gallery: Meet the 23 richest politicians in the world Rich List This post contains images

Gallery: Meet the 23 richest politicians in the world

Money, meet power. Power, money.

# sebastian-pinera - Saturday 3 September, 2011

Popular TV host among 21 killed as Chilean air force plane crashes

Chilean television personality Felipe Camiroaga was flying to the island to do a program on the reconstruction of Juan Fernandez island following an earthquake and tsunami last year.

# sebastian-pinera - Thursday 4 August, 2011

Nearly a year on, where are 'Los 33' now?

Lawuits, unemployment and psychological problems blight the lives of the most famous miners in the world who have struggled with fame and life outside the Copiapo mine.

# sebastian-pinera - Monday 23 August, 2010

CHILEAN MINERS TRAPPED for over two weeks in a mine have sent a message to the surface saying they are still alive. The message reads in English: “We are well inside the shelter.”

The miners have been trapped underground since the collapse of the main access route on 5 August.

They attached the hand-written note to a drill which rescuers were probing the mine with.

But, it could take months to reach the men who are trapped about 700m (2,300 feet) underground.

Chilean president Sebastian Pinera visited the mine yesterday and said that all efforts would be made to rescue the men:

It will take months to get them out. It will take time, but it doesn’t matter how long it takes, to have a happy ending.

Food, water, and medical supplies will be passed into the mine to the men, but they face serious psychological challenges if it takes the time estimated to get them out.

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