Valentino Papandrea

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Unmasking Chile's hooded protest movement

<b>They turn up to almost every demonstration in the Chilean capital Santiago and hurl stones, petrol bombs and even acid at the police.</b><p>They spray the walls of the city with graffiti and attack journalists who try to film or photograph them.<p>They are the "encapuchados" or "hooded ones", and they have …

Rights & Freedoms

Crime at sea: The world's most pirate-infested waters

Like the Caribbean of old, the waters near Somalia used to be the most heavily pirated in the world. Now there's a new king of the pirates that's quickly become a headache for governments, shipping companies, cruise lines, energy firms, global conglomerates and—perhaps most immediately—for sailors …

The Mad Billionaire Behind GoPro: The World's Hottest Camera Company

Nick Woodman is 37 years old. His constantly tousled sepia hair and permanent, mischievous half-grin make him look 27. And he acts 17, as I learn 30,000 feet above the Rocky Mountains, after Woodman packed me, his wife, Jill, and a dozen of his favorite colleagues and buds into a chartered …

Bangladesh rides out weakened storm

<b>A tropical storm that officials had feared would cause widespread devastation in Bangladesh and Burma lost power quickly as it moved inland.</b><p>More than a million people had been told to evacuate low-lying coastal areas as Cyclone Mahasen approached.<p>But it weakened as it advanced and a predicted storm …

Natural Disasters

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Study: Happiness Comes Easier With Upbeat Music

Resarch subjects were better able to will themselves into positive moods while listening to rousing symphonies.<p>Toby Melville/Reuters<p>People Who Are Famous and Successful Have Shorter Lives<br>• People Who Believe in God Are More Responsive to Treatment of Depression<br>• Antibiotics May Prevent Men From …