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 Seguidores del presidente electo chileno, Sebastián Piñera, portan un busto del desaparecido dictador Augusto Pinochet tras la jornada de elecciones presidenciales hoy, domingo 17 de diciembre de 2017, en Santiago (Chile). Centenares de chilenos se apretujan a estas horas frente al edificio céntrico en el que se ubica el comando de Piñera, a muy pocas manzanas del Palacio de La Moneda, sede del Ejecutivo, mientras bailan al son de sus propios cánticos. EFE/Mario Ruiz

El candidato de la derecha Sebastián Piñera superó con holgada ventaja al progresista Guillier, heredero de Bachelet, en las presidenciales chilenas del pasado domingo. 

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Peter Navarro, a Radical Hawk Who Will Upset Beijing

 12/22/2016 - 06:06
 An image from Peter Navarro’s 2012 documentary Death by China. Photo: Netflix

The Guardian reports about Trump's decision to choose Peter Navarro, a University of California, Irvine, economist who has accused China of effectively waging economic war against the United States, to head a trade policy council inside the White House. The move which may upset Beijing, whic considers Navarro for being a radical hawk.

How to Survive the Whipped Cream Shortage on Christmas Holidays

 12/21/2016 - 03:35
The nation is facing a whipped cream shortage this year. Photo: WIKIMEDIA/COMMONS

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Electoral College officially nominated the next U.S President

 12/19/2016 - 05:08

On Sunday, many demonstrators in California protested the election of Donald Trump and called on the Electoral College to change their ballots to reflect the will of the people where Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won almost three million more votes than her Republican rival. The Electoral College will meet otoday to officially determine who will be the next US president.

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