|Todo comenzó en Curanilahue
|Aguilar, El Mercurio
|Puntadas con hilo
|Ojos Que No Ven
Todo comenzó en Curanilahue (Everything started in Curanilahue in English) is the fourth book of the Chilean Felipe Berríos. It was published by Editorial Aguilar and El Mercurio in March 2006.
Todo comenzó en Curanilahue is about Curanilahue city and its interaction with the youth of Techo in Chile.In 1997 the first young people begin work to the present. Copyright of book are for the work of the foundation Techo.
Felipe Berrios was chaplain of the NGO Techo, from 1997 to 2010, when in May he travels to Africa.
Tonka Tomicic Petric is a Chilean model and television presenter of Croatian origin.
Estadio Regional de Antofagasta, officially Estadio Regional Bicentenario Calvo y Bascuñan de Antofagasta, is a sport facilities complex located in Antofagasta, Chile. The municipality of Antofagasta is the owner of the building and it used to host sports events such as cultural events and entertainment events. The complex is composed of the Main Stadium who is use made for most important events. The secondary fields, 1, 2, 3 and 4, are used for training sessions. The Field 5 is used to secondary events, with football pitch dimensions and counts with a Baseball field where are made the regional tournaments of this sport.
Eugenio Berríos Sagredo was a Chilean biochemist who worked for the Dirección de Inteligencia Nacional (DINA). Berríos was charged with carrying out Proyecto Andrea in which Pinochet ordered the production of sarin, a nerve agent used by the DINA. Sarin gas leaves no trace and victims' deaths closely mimic heart attacks. Other biochemical weapons produced by Berríos included anthrax and botulism. Berríos also allegedly produced cocaine for Pinochet, who then sold it to Europe and the United States. In the late 1970s, at the height of the Beagle Crisis between Chile and Argentina, Berríos is reported to have worked on a plan to poison the water supply of Buenos Aires. Wanted by the Chilean authorities for involvement in the Letelier case, he escaped to Uruguay in 1991, at the beginning of the Chilean transition to democracy, and what has been identified as his corpse was found in 1995 near Montevideo.
Héctor Hernán Caputto Gómez, known as Hernán Caputto, is an Argentine-born naturalized Chilean football manager and former footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Curanilahue is a Chilean commune and city in Arauco Province, Biobío Region. Its name comes from Mapundungun "Cura", meaning "Stone", and "Nilahue" meaning "Ford".
The Mapuche conflict involves indigenous Mapuche communities located in Araucanía and nearby regions of Chile and Argentina. It is often referred to as a conflict between the Mapuche and the Chilean government or state. Big forestry companies and their contractors, Chilean police and some non-indigenous landowners have been confronted by militant Mapuche organizations and local Mapuche communities in the context of the conflict. Some scholars argue the conflict is an indigenous self-determination conflict, others like Francisco Huenchumilla see it as the expression of a wider political conflict that affects all of Chile given the existence of other indigenous groups.
Chile ayuda a Chile was a charity telethon being held from March 5 to March 6, 2010. The event was broadcast from Teatro Teletón in Santiago, Chile.
Roberto Andrés Bruce Pruzzo was a Chilean television journalist, mainly known for his work on Televisión Nacional de Chile's breakfast programme Buenos Días a Todos. Bruce also worked as host of Dónde La Viste in the same TV channel.
Felipe Humberto Camiroaga Fernández was a Chilean television presenter, actor and comedian, one of the most popular in his country.
María José Reyes Moore and Juan René Duarte Becerra were murdered in July 2012 in an antique shop in Lolol, Colchagua Province, O'Higgins Region, Chile. Both victims had visited the shop as customers and were attacked and decapitated by shop owner Óscar López Rodríguez.
TECHO, also known as Un Techo para mi País (UTPMP), is a nonprofit organization that mobilizes youth volunteers to fight extreme poverty in Latin America, by constructing transitional housing and implementing social inclusion programs. It was founded by a Jesuit priest, and working with more than 720,000 volunteers, it has constructed houses for over 102,400 families in 19 countries in Latin American and the Caribbean and 2 offices located in Miami, Florida, US, and London, England, that work as funds hubs.
Ana María del Río is a Chilean literature professor, feminist writer, and novelist. Her honors include the Santiago Municipal Literature Award and the María Luisa Bombal Award.
Carmen Aída Barros Alfonso is a Chilean actress and singer of jazz, popular music, and opera. In addition, she is a professor of acting perception, diction, and vocal projection, and a theater and opera director. She is known for being the first to portray the character Carmela in the Isidora Aguirre play La pérgola de las flores in 1960.
Marcelo Enrique Leonart Tomas is a Chilean writer, filmmaker, and theater director.
Jorge Marcos Baradit Morales is a Chilean writer, politician and podcaster. He is the author of the bestselling popular history trilogy Historia secreta de Chile.
Leila Guerriero is an Argentine journalist and writer.
Antonia Santa María Monckeberg is a Chilean film, television, and theater actress.
The Copihue de Oro is an award created by the Chilean newspaper La Cuarta to recognize figures from the world of entertainment and show business in that country. Its symbol is the flower of the species Lapageria rosea.
Katherine Estrella Salosny Reyes is a Chilean actress and television presenter.