What did the miners in Chile say on their shirts? Most of the miners who were rescued in Chile chose to wear ugly, dirty white shirts over their green coveralls. What did all those Spanish words mean? The USA news networks only told what the front said. This video reveals the hidden message on the back and on the arm.
Countdown to Chile Miner Rescue The Chilean miners who have been trapped for 67 days could be pulled to safety by mid-week. Seth Doane has the latest details on the complicated rescue.
David Letterman - Chilean Miner, Edison Peña The rescued miner talks about life underground, his sanitation issues and the guy who got on his nerves. Plus: Elvis tunes!
Live Drama: Last of 33 miners rescued, Chile wild with joy The ordeal of 33 trapped Chilean miners is finally over after the 24-hour operation to bring them to the surface. The shift supervisor was the last to be freed. They'd spent more than two months trapped underground, following a rockfall. All 33 emerged safely - and in much better physical condition than had been expected. But they're still being given thorough checks in hospital.
Video Tour of Trapped Chilean Miners Refuge A new video showing the trapped Chilean miners and the space where they're sheltering has been released. It gives the fullest picture yet of conditions for the 33 men confined underground since a landslide hit their copper mine three weeks ago. (Aug. 27)
Deadly Quake Strikes Chile A massive 8.8 earthquake has struck Chile leaving hundreds dead and the search continues for survivors. As Seth Doane reports, the quake also triggered tsunami warnings for the Pacific.
Chile Miners Trapped but Alive Officials in Chile have drilled two holes down to 33 miners trapped underground in order to provide food and water until a full rescue. Seth Doane reports.
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Terremoto Chile 2010 8.8 Earthquake live Footage 12th floor Hotel Valdivia Quake rattles southwestern US Tijuana - A deadly magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck northwestern Mexico on Sunday, rocking buildings as far away as Arizona and southern California, as a string of aftershocks rattled the US and Mexican Pacific Coast. Emergency workers struggled to respond to damage and injuries after the tremor knocked out power, damaged water lines and snarled traffic. In the border city of Mexicali, located 60km from the tremor's epicenter, a man was killed when his home collapsed on top of him, Mexican rescue workers told AFP. Another person was killed after running out from a home and being hit by a car in Mexicali, where 100 people were injured during the quake, Mexico's director of civil protection Alfredo Escobedo told CNN. Roads cracked, telephone poles were toppled and sides were ripped off buildings in Mexicali, a city of 900 000 inhabitants that serves as the capital of Baja California state. "This is a large quake with the potential of causing damage because it is not far from a population center," said Carlos Valdez, director of the National Seismological Service. A firefighter at a station just outside Mexicali told the Los Angeles Times that fires caused by the quake destroyed at least six homes after damaging propane tanks and severing electricity lines. Several homes near the Cerro Prieto volcano some 31km from the quake's epicenter sank into the group as water rose up around them, according to the firefighter, Oscar Silas. US and Mexican ...
Anthony Bourdain - Giant Hot Dogs from Chile While in Chile, Tony stops by Sibaritico's to try a local favorite: foot-long hot dogs drenched in tomatoes, sauerkraut and guacamole in a mega bun! Catch the all-new season of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Monday nights at 10PM, only on Travel Channel.
Chile Mine Rescue Q and A CBS News' Seth Doane answers viewer submitted questions from Facebook about the impending rescue attempt to save 33 trapped miners in Chile.
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Chile Miners Mark 2 Months Trapped Underground Families of the 33 miners trapped in Chile marked on Tuesday the end of the second month since the miners became trapped, a day after the country's president said they were "very close" to being rescued. (Oct. 5)
Chile Death Toll Hits 700 As Chile recovers from a devastating 8.8 magnitude earthquake and a resulting tsunami that flooded coastal towns, Mark Strassman reports from Santiago on the conditions after the catastrophe.
Chilean Miners Trapped One Month One month after the gold and copper mine in Chile collapsed, Seth Doane reports on the continuing rescue effort to free the 33 miners trapped deep underground.
Chile earthquake 2010 caught on video There is not too much image, but the audio its scary, mother nature it's powerful. With subtitle.
Chile All Ways Surprising ATTENTION: This video was uploaded with the intention of getting oppinions about que video's quiality, and not oppinions about Chile or any other country. ----- Chile, isn't that a kind of hot pepper? Chile, what's that? Where is it? These are some of the questions that have been heard for many years by Chilean diplomats, exporters and travelers abroad. It appears that Chile's geographical isolation from the world's leading industrial and cultural centers has limited knowledge of the country among many people elsewhere. To remedy this situation -- and in keeping with the world trend to consider a country's international image a relevant component of its competitiveness -- the State and the private sector have come together to create a Chile brand, which will help strengthen the country's messages abroad and allow more effective use of the resources dedicated to communication and marketing. According to its creators, the "All Ways Surprising" motto integrates three broad ideas: the country's breathtaking, diverse and unusual geography; its warm, efficient and enterprising inhabitants; and its stability, openness to the world, solid institutions and people who are true to their word.
Welcome to CHILE - Bienvenido a CHILE My dear friend.....Welcome to my Beautiful Country Greetings from CHILE.
Chile Mine Rescue Behind the Scenes CBS News' Fernando Suarez provides an exclusive behind the scenes look into rescue operations at the San Jose mine in Chile, as the trapped workers are continued to be freed one by one.
Chile Quake Poses Possible Hawaii Tsunami Threat An 8.8 magnitude earthquake in Chile poses a tsunami threat on the state of Hawaii. 2/26/2010.
USGS: Chile Earthquake 'Alarming' Jessica Sigala, from the USGS tells CBS News Chile's earthquake was far more powerful than the one in Haiti and has sent strong waves prompting tsunami warnings in the Pacific.
First three Chilean miners rescued Florencio Avalos, Mario Sepulveda Espina and Juan Andres Illanes are greeted by President Pinera. . Follow us on twitter at .
First Chilean miners rescued after 69 days trapped underground An unprecedented rescue operation is underway to free the miners who've been stuck 600 metres underground for over two months. Osman Araya - who tried to warn managers of safety in the mine before the accident - has become the sixth to reach the surface. They're being greeted with loud cheers and tearful reunions with their families; as well as being given protective glasses and taken to hospital. The miners are being brought to the surface via a 21-inch-wide capsule that's freeing one miner every hour.
Race against Time in Chile Over 10000 soldiers have been dispatched throughout Chile in an effort to prevent looting and to search for survivors following the massive earthquake. Mark Strassmann reports from Santiago.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd- Voodoo Chile Fender Frontline Live Kenny Wayne Shepherd re-creates the infamous 'Voodoo Chile' for the Fender Frontline Live Stage at the Winter NAMM show '08.
Buddy Guy - Voodoo Chile Voodoo Chile live in Houston, Texas
The environmental cost of Chile's gold mines - 08 Jul 07 The spending power of people from emerging economies is driving the price of gold up to record highs. but at what cost? A controversial mine in northern Chile could threaten one of the most fertile valleys in the driest area of the country. Lucia Newman reports.
Coffee with Legs - Chile Aug 2007 Forget Starbucks. Chile's coffee shops are more like strip joints. There businessmen are served their morning lattes by scantily clad girls. It's unashamedly ***ist and very, very popular. The Cafés con piernas, or 'coffee with legs' have become a Chilean institution. They serve no alcohol or food and close at night. But from the moment they enter, men are fawned over by pretty, lingerie clad waitresses. Little wonder they make so much money. But a version for Chilean businesswomen failed. "Women didn't come in -- only gay men". Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Chilean Miners Rescue Effort Friends and family of the 33 trapped Chilean miners anxiously await as a rescue tunnel could take up to at least four months to complete. Seth Doane reports.
Raw Video: First of Chilean Miners Rescued After more than two months trapped underground, a rescue capsule has reached the Chilean miners and is bring them back to the surface one by one. Florencio Avalos, the 31-year-old second-in-command of the miners, was the first miner out. (Oct. 12)
Chile Mine Rescue: The Latest CBS News' Fernando Suarez reports on the latest of the Chile mine rescue efforts and answers viewer questions from Facebook.
Rammstein - Wiener Blut Live @ Santiago Chile Rammstein Live @ Estadio Bicentenario de La Florida Santiago, Chile 25/11/10
Chile Miners Rescue Video: Joy as capsule raises trapped men to surface To hugs, cheers and tears, rescuers using a missile-like escape capsule began pulling 33 men one by one to fresh air and freedom at last, 69 days after they were trapped in a collapsed mine a half-mile underground.
CHILE - In Close Contact Chile is alive!
The First Chilean Miner Is Rescued Florencio Avalos, the first Chilean miner steps from the rescue capsule. More PBS NewsHour coverage here:
Chile aftershock ahead of swear-in Chile is hit by strong aftershocks and issues a tsunami warning just before its new president is sworn in.
Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Chile (Not Slight Return) Part 1 This is the 15 minute jam off Electric Ladyland this isn't slight return. I had to split into 2 part's because youtube rejected the 15 minutes here's some info about it if interested
Jimi Hendrix - Highway Chile Yeah, his guitar slung across his back His dusty boots is his cadillac Flamin hair just a blowin in the wind Aint seen a bed in so long its a sin He left home when he was seven*** The rest of the world he had longed to see But everybody knows the boss A rolling stone who gathers no moss But youd probably call him a tramp But it goes a little deeper than that Hes a highway chile, yeah Now some people say he had a girl back home Who messed around and did him pretty wrong They tell me it kinda hurt him bad Kinda made him feel pretty sad I couldnt say what went through his mind Anyway, he left the world behind But everybody knows the same old story, In love and war you cant lose in glory Now youd probably call him a tramp But I know it goes a little deeper than that Hes a highway chile Walk on brother, yeah One more brother His old guitar slung across his back His dusty boots is his cadillac Flamin hair just a blowin in the wind Aint seen a bed in so long its a sin Now you may call him a tramp But I know it goes a little deeper than that Hes a highway chile Walk on brother Dont let no one stop you Highway chile Yeah yeah yeah Highway chile Go on down the highway Highway chile Yeah yeah yeah Highway chile
Journey with Arnel Pineda at Chile - Open Arms Journey with Lead Vocalist Arnel Pineda at Chile Feb 21
The Crimes of Pinochet - Chile November 1998 He claimed he was Chile's saviour but devised one of the worst concentration camp regimes since Hitler's 'Grand Plan.' As Chile comes to terms with General Pinochet's death, we offer you the definitive film on his crimes. Under Pinochet's regime, over a quarter of a million people were detained in prisons like the Chacabuco desert camp. These are the only images to have emerged from his camps and reveal the true horror of his regime. "They must stay here until they realise they are on the wrong path," states the guard at Chacabuco Concentration camp. Nearby prisoners suspected of being Communists are forced to march and sing military songs. One of the victims filmed at the camp was Patricia Letelier. Now, she lives in exile in Scotland and recalls what happened to her at Chacabuco. "I heard shouting and screaming and knew what was waiting for me. Shortly afterwards my own torture began." Powerful images show men kneeling with their hands in the air, being kicked and beaten with the butts of soldiers' guns. Others show men being marched into the stadium stripped *** with blankets over their heads.