Augusto Pinochet

Political gridlock and a weakening economy are leaving them with little to show for backing right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro last year.
On burning books but not ideas.
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The massive ego of the celebrity is a kind of deformity. You might call it a malignant ego to the extent that it's like a
After Augusto Pinochet led a coup d'état in Chile on September 11, 1973, he exiled Allende's Foreign Minister, Orlando Letelier. After Letelier sought asylum in the United States, Pinochet believed he was acting as an informant to the U.S. government.
In the early '70s, Chile was in a state of political unrest -- its socialist president Salvador Allende and largely conservative congress were at odds, and by June 1973, the Chilean Armed Forces were plotting against the Allende government.
The Nobel prize-winning poet was a leftist politician and close friend of Marxist President Allende, who committed suicide rather than surrendered troops to Gen. Pinochet.
Newly declassified documents released by the Obama administration confirm the long-held suspicion that in 1976 the Chilean
The Pinochet government detained and tortured more than 40,000 people from 1973 to 1990 and murdered over 3,000, according
If you're going to defy protocol and encroach on the mandate of the president as commander-of-chief, why stop at Netanyahu? There are plenty of other controversial guest stars that Boehner and company could bring in to bat for their confrontational agenda.