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21 Nov 2019
Rage against the system: From Chile to Lebanon, why the sudden wave of protests?
9 Nov 2019
Tens of thousands of protesters in Chile clash with police during a huge rally kicking off the third week of anti-government demonstrations that have sparked deadly unrest.
2 Nov 2019
In an attempt to ease weeklong protests, Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has said there will be a Cabinet reshuffle. Chileans are protesting the economic situation in their country.
26 Oct 2019
Chile's President Sebastian Pinera said the country is at war after three days of rioting and protests.
21 Oct 2019
Chile suspends planned metro fare hike amid violent protests
12 Apr 2018
The General Secretary of the Episcopal Conference of Chile read a letter in which Pope Francis admits making "grave errors" in judgment in Chile's sex abuse scandal. Francis also invites the abuse victims he has discredited to Rome to beg their forgiveness.
13 Jan 2018
Vandals in Santiago attacked four churches before dawn on Friday, just three days ahead of the Pope Francis's visit to Chile, police said.
17 Dec 2017
Mudslide in southern Chile kills three; 15 others missing.
28 Jun 2017
Nika the polar bear "forsees" a Portugal-Mexico Confederations Cup final meaning Germany and Chile will exit the tournament at the semi-final stage.
15 Jun 2017
A dramatic crash of truck caught on camera in Chile.
25 Apr 2017
Residents on alert after a magnitude 6.9 quake strikes off the coast of Chile.
29 Jan 2017
Residents of Chile's central Maule region see devastation as they return after fires.

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