FILE - This Oct. 21, 1971 file photo shows Pablo Neruda, poet and then Chilean ambassador to France, talks with reporters in Paris after being named the 1971 Nobel Prize for Literature.

 

              FILE - This Oct. 21, 1971 file photo shows Pablo Neruda, poet and then Chilean ambassador to France, talks with reporters in Paris after being named the 1971 Nobel Prize for Literature.
FILE - This Oct. 21, 1971 file photo shows Pablo Neruda, poet and then Chilean ambassador to France, talks with reporters in Paris after being named the 1971 Nobel Prize for Literature. Chile's Communist Party asked to exhume the remains of the late Nobel literature laureate Pablo Neruda following allegations he may have been poisoned. Officially, Neruda died of cancer only days after the 1973 coup toppled his close friend, socialist President Salvador Allende. His body was exhumed on April 8, 2013. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours, File)