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A railway bridge in southern Chile collapsed under the weight of a freight train that was passing over it.
Chile are celebrating their second successive Copa America title after beating Argentina again in the final, this time at New Jersey’s Metlife stadium.
The Copa America final was decided on penalties after Argentina and Chile failed to score during normal time. Chile won 4 – 2 in the penalty shootout.
Defending champions Chile reached the final of the Copa America with an emphatic 7-0 win over Mexico at Levi’s Stadium in California.
Violent protests have broken out in Chile as President Michelle Bachelet presented a state of the nation address in Congress.
For his latest film, “Neruda”, Chilean director, Pablo Larrain, has once again teamed up with the Mexican star, Gael Garcia Bernal. The film follows
Chilean students have clashed with police in the capital Santiago. They say President Michelle Bachelet’s educational reform plan hasn’t gone far
Former Chilean president Patricio Aylwin has died aged 97. Aylwin was the first post-Pinochet dictatorship president and managed the transition to
Latin America’s largest medicinal marijuana farm has begun producing its first crops just months after its January inauguration. The 6,400-stalk
Chile’s government has temporarily banned the consumption of sardines in the south of the country after hundreds of thousands of dead fish turned up
Colonia is set in a turbulent Chile in 1973 A couple become entangled in the Pinochet military coup in the south American country. When Daniel is
Just six months after winning the 2015 Copa America on home soil, national team coach Jorge Sampaoli has quit in the wake of a disagreement with
Douglas Tompkins, the 72-year-old founder of the North Face and Esprit clothing brands, has died after a kayaking accident in Chile. Mr Tompkins
Chile’s football federation says its president Sergio Jadue has officially resigned. His resignation was announced just hours after it emerged he was
The ALMA observatory located in Chile’s Atacama Desert is to join with observatories from all over the world to create a telescope that can identify
Australian authorities say they have regained control of the controversial Christmas Island detention centre. Rioting broke out after an escaped
Australia is dealing with a major disturbance at its controversial immigration detention centre on remote Christmas Island. Unrest flared after an
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The ‘Soki’ is Chile’s first electric car. Named after an indigenous word meaning ‘two’, the two-seater can run for up to 60 km on a battery that
The shattered central Chilean coast, already badly damaged following last week’s magnitude 8.3 earthquake, has been hit by a strong 6.5 aftershock
Daylight across the coast of Chile revealed the extent of the carnage caused by what was the world’s strongest earthquake this year. It’s reported
At least five people are killed, more than a million evacuated and a tsunami warning in place as a magnitude 8.3 earthquake strikes Chile.
An earthquake measuring 8.3 hit the coast of Chile on Wednesday evening. Flooding followed in coastal areas and buildings swayed forcing people to
These are the tense scenes in Chile 42 years since the brutal military coup that brought dictator Augusto Pinochet to power. Human rights groups
Remembering a painful past, Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet said the truth must be told and justice be served for thousands of victims of the
Trapped for 69 days under a collapsed mine before being rescued alive. It was being spoken of as a movie even as the last of the Chilean miners was
Riot police intervened in Chile’s capital Santiago on Thursday amid clashes between lorry drivers and indigenous people. The truckers were