20/12 | EFE elEconomistaAmerica.com

Salas says Colo Colo job a dream come true

Santiago, Dec 20 (efe-epa).- Mario Salas said here Thursday he is living out a dream after being selected as the new manager of Chilean club Colo Colo, the Andean nation's most popular and successful club.

18/12 | EFE elEconomistaAmerica.com

Chilean expats come home from Venezuela

Santiago, Dec 18 (efe-epa).- A Chilean air force plane landed here Tuesday with Chilean expatriates who decided to abandon Venezuela amid a protracted political and economic crisis in that nation, officials said.

12/12 | EFE elEconomistaAmerica.com

Diango Hernandez uses art to express Cuban identity

Havana, Dec 12 (efe-epa).- In the manner of a Caribbean Roy Lichtenstein, Cuba's Diango Hernandez starts with a simple shape, the curve of a wave, to embody emblematic Cuban texts ranging from the poetry of Jose Marti to the speeches of Fidel Castro.

27/11 | El Economista Ecoteuve

Fran Perea graba una serie en Finlandia, el país que le conoció por 'Los Serrano'

Fran Perea vuelve a la ficción, pero en Finlandia. El actor, muy popular en el país escandinavo por Los Serrano, graba The Paradise, una serie de desapariciones, intrigas e investigaciones coproducida por el grupo Mediapro y la cadena pública YLE y MRP Matila Röhr Productions Oy y que se estrenará a finales del 2019.

13/11 | EFE Ecoley

Paraguay probes murder of drug lord's attorney

Asuncion, Nov 13 (epa-efe).- Paraguayan Interior Minister Juan Ernesto Villamayor said Tuesday that authorities are not ruling out any theories concerning the murder of an attorney representing reputed Brazilian drug kingpin Jarvis Chimenes Pavao.

22/10 | EFE elEconomistaAmerica.com

Angelina Jolie visits Venezuelan refugees in Peru

Lima, Oct 22 (EFE).- Angelina Jolie, visiting Peru in her capacity as special envoy of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), met Monday with Venezuelan migrants at a shelter in Lima run by volunteers.

10/09 | EFE elEconomistaAmerica.com

Texas museum brings Dali's technicolor dreams to life

Dallas, Sep 10 (EFE).- Spanish master Salvador Dali visited Texas in the 1950s, when he was already a world famous artist, thanks to his experiments with surrealism starting two decades earlier.