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Futbol fanatics

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After qualifying for the World Cup for the first time in 12 years on Sept. 10, Chile played its last game of the season Wednesday against Ecuador.


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In Banksy’s town, graffiti is art

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On a recent visit to London, I was fortunate enough to visit a number of the city’s great venues of art, from the Tate Modern and the National Gallery to the Dali Universe and the Photographers’ Gallery.



We Do

Somewhere over the rainforest

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LAKE SANDOVAL, Peru - Gold miners dump mercury into the Madre de Dios River five kilometers from some of the most intensely protected rainforests in Peru.



India Radio

Empowering India’s impoverished women

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HYDERADBAD, India - A few weeks ago, former president Clinton spoke about how it’s a mistake to give food aid only in times of national disaster rather than promote food production and self-reliance among impoverished regions as crisis prevention.


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Chicago v. Rio

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SAO PAULO, Brazil – As someone born and raised in Indiana, Chicago was the city I was initially rooting for.


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Give me a kilt

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EDINBURGH, Scotland – Kilts. They’re funny-looking plaid skirts that are always an interesting thing to talk about but hard to understand.



Elinor Ostrom

IU professor Ostrom wins Nobel economics prize

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IU professor Elinor Ostrom became the first woman to win Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday. Ostrom was honored for her work in analyses of economic governance, or the way people exercise authority in economic systems.



APTOPIX Nobel Peace Prize Obama

President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize

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OSLO — President Barack Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in a stunning decision designed to encourage his initiatives to reduce nuclear arms, ease tensions with the Muslim world and stress diplomacy and cooperation rather than unilateralism.



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Making street art to earn a living

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As a student studying at a Chilean university, I have discovered many differences between the lives of American students and those of Chilean students.


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For the US, ‘Copenhagen or bust’

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CANTERBURY, England - In just a couple short months, we will watch as more than 15,000 officials from 192 countries convene in Copenhagen, Denmark, and attempt to tackle what is arguably the most urgent international issue of our time – climate change.



Copper Mine

Huge tires, huge mine supply world's copper

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CALAMA, Chile – What is big, worth 30-40 million dollars, used in the northern part of Chile, and has to be replaced every single year? Answer: the biggest brand of Michelin tires that they produce.


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Former Yale lab tech appears in court; hearing set

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - A former Yale University lab technician charged with strangling a graduate student and stuffing her body behind a laboratory wall appeared in court Tuesday but did not enter a plea to murder.