'And the fault wasn’t mine, not where I was, not how I dressed. You are the rapist.' These chilling lyrics sung by thousands of Chilean feminists to protest against sexism and sexual violence have taken the internet by storm in the last few weeks.
What could have been a heavy blow for Chile’s environmental movement has turned into a new opportunity, activists say.
'Chile is a country that looked good from the outside, but all Chileans knew this was an idealized and unrealistic vision' - a political analyst explains where things have gone wrong, as violent protests continue in Chile.
Protesters clashed violently with vehicles of the security force in Santiago on Thursday when the demonstrations that shook Chile moved to its second month.
Protesters clashed with police on the streets of Santiago yet again on Monday (November 4), with tensions initially sparked by an increase in the price of metro fares continuing to remain high
President Sebastian Pinera said it had been a “very difficult decision” to withdraw as host, as he understood the importance of the summits to Chile and the rest of the world.
As sometimes violent protests continue to rock Chile's capital, a group of choral singers gathered to raise their voices in unity and call for peace.
Chile's president says he has heard the demands of the protest movement 'loud and clear'
Thousands of Chileans defied a state of emergency and military curfews. Clashes erupted after largely peaceful marches were led by students and trade unionists against social inequality.
At least 15 people have died in protests that started over a hike in public transport costs.
Riots in Chile leave at least seven dead as government extends state of emergency
Chile's President Sebastián Piñera has declared a state of emergency inthe capital Santiago as protests against a rise in the cost of public transport have escalated.
Hundreds of marchers took to the streets of Chile's capital on Saturday to demand greater rights for indigneous people and protest against the government.
Wednesday marked the 46th anniversary of the coup that in 1973 brought General Augusto Pinochet to power. His 1973-1990 dictatorship saw 40,000 people disappeared, killed, imprisoned or tortured.
Thousands of people gathered in the Chilean Andes to watch the solar eclipse
Young and old stargazers from across the world have flocked to Chile's Andes ahead of the coming solar eclipse on Tuesday (July 2).
On Tuesday afternoon, parts of South America will be covered in darkness, and people will witness the first total solar eclipse since 2017.
Two new icebergs have broken off the Grey Glacier in Chile's Patagonia in recent weeks, amid fears that such ruptures are becoming more frequent, scientists told Reuters.
In northern Chile, the first thermosolar plant of Latin America is springing up in the middle of the Atacama Desert.
Robinson Crusoe island sets example for the world in conservation
Dozens of wild fires tore through southern Chile on Tuesday (February 13) destroying scores of homes in the South American country.
Chile remains on alert for aftershocks following a 6.7 earthquake. It prompted the authorities to begin a mass evacuation of coastal areas ahead of a potential tsunami.
A magnitude 6.7 earthquake hit the coast of north-central Chile on Saturday evening, the US Geological Survey said.
It's unclear how the young cat managed to climb up into the branches but was later tranquilised and brought to the zoo in Santiago, to be released at a later date.
Cliff-diving at South America's largest freshwater lake
Video shows Venezuelan striker Eduard Bello proposing to his girlfriend in the middle of the Chilean league match between Antofagasta and Everton on Sunday.