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Tuesday 28 May 2013
Chile and Argentina have evacuated a region near the Copahue volcano in the Andes on the border between the two countries, after fears intensified that it would erupt.
Tuesday 28 May 2013
Over 2,000 people evacuated across 15.5 mile radius amid fears of eruption
Arrivederci, Roberto Mancini: Final defeat is end of the road for manager at Manchester City as rumours of Manuel Pellegrini grow louder
Sunday 12 May 2013
Club are preparing to axe authoritarian Italian in next 48 hours and introduce fresh approach under Pellegrini
Sunday 12 May 2013
He has never won a major trophy but is still seen by many as one of game's top coaches
Thursday 09 May 2013
The incident occurred in Uruguay's game with Chile
Saturday 04 May 2013
2011 Jacob's Creek Reserve Barossa Riesling, Barossa Valley, Australia
Thursday 25 April 2013
Luiz Felipe Scolari's side were playing their first friendly at a 2014 World Cup stadium
Saturday 13 April 2013
If there's any truth in the notion that a wine merchant can't compete with the supermarkets on value, the idea has been knocked firmly on the head by The Wine Society.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez faces Fifa action after punching opponent in the face during World Cup qualifier for Uruguay
Wednesday 27 March 2013
Striker faces suspension after controversial night in Chile
Thursday 21 March 2013
Fishermen blame a local power plant for heating the sea water
Wednesday 13 March 2013
Science fiction became science reality today when a giant telescope imagined in a novel by one of Britain's greatest astronomers 40 years ago was officially unveiled high in the Andes mountains of Chile.
Friday 22 February 2013
Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, may find himself leading the club on an end-of-season tour with his tenure all but over, as City's relentless drive to boost revenues takes them overseas as soon as their attempt to defend their Premier League title is concluded.
Wednesday 13 February 2013
Supporters celebrated a goal with a so-called 'avalanche' at the Arena do Gremio
Saturday 02 February 2013
Colonial chic in a buzzy barrio
Tuesday 29 January 2013
Alejandro Zambra's first novel, Bonsai, brought the young Chilean poet international fame. It was followed by The Private Lives of Trees, which retained interest in the author. In this, his third and longest – but still very short – novel, translated by Megan McDowell, Zambra uses the ploy of describing the author at work on his new book which, needless to say, is the one we are reading. Zambra adopted similar metafictional devices in its two predecessors.
Emergency call 'started off dumb, but got pretty serious'
Britain First criticised for using actress's memory to draw attention to their 'hate-filled home page'
Thought you'd seen it all after the Jeremy Paxman interview?
Greatest mystery about the hit BBC1 show is how it continues to be made at all, writes Grace Dent
Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Support for EU membership 'at highest level since 1991' with most Brits wanting to stay 'in'
Thousands with degenerative conditions classified as 'fit to work in future' – despite no possibility of improvement
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Attacks on 'Ukip Calypso' show how skewed people’s priorities are
- 1 This 'woman calls police to order pizza' story isn't going where you're expecting
- 2 Axe wielding man shot dead after attacking four New York policemen on busy street
- 3 Watch what happened when food critics were unknowingly served McDonald's
- 4 Jimmy Carr's Oscar Pistorius joke goes a bit too far at the Q Awards
- 5 Ottawa shootings: Bruce MacKinnon's cartoon is the perfect tribute to soldier Nathan Cirillo