CHILE MARKS 30 YEARS SINCE ALLENDE
SCP2003091101 - SANTIAGO, Chile, Sept. 11 (UPI) -- General Augusto Pinochet, aged 85, is greeted by followers at his residence at La Dehesa, in Santiago, Chile, on Sept. 11, 2003. Pinochet and his collaborators celebrated today the 30th anniversary of the military coup that overthrew the "Unidad Popular" regime headed by socialist Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973. rlw/ROBERT REVECO UPI.
Two former Chilean navy officers were found guilty of abducting, torturing and killing Chilean-born, British-raised Catholic priest Michael Woodward in 1973.
The body of Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda was exhumed from his grave in Chile Monday to determine whether he was killed by the Pinochet regime in 1973.
A Chilean judge ordered the exhumation of Pablo Neruda, who allegedly died of prostate cancer, after the poet's former chauffeur said he was not sick.
A Chilean judge has ruled one of the country's former military leaders will not be tried in the torture and death of Gen. Alberto Bachelet nearly 40 years ago.
UPI Almanac for Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012.
Chilean expatriate director Raul Ruiz died in Paris of a pulmonary infection at the age of 70, the president of Chile confirmed.
The remains of Salvador Allende, the Chilean president overthrown in 1973, were exhumed in Santiago Monday to answer lingering questions on his death.
A Chilean judge has ordered the remains of former President Salvador Allende to be exhumed to clarify whether he committed suicide nearly 38 years ago.
A French court put 14 officers of the former Chilean military dictatorship on trial in absentia Wednesday for the disappearance of French citizens.
Diplomat David H. Popper, who served as U.S. ambassador to Chile during turbulent years, has died in Washington at the age of 95, his family announced Monday.
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