After years of complaints of discrimination and injustice, there is a plea for forgiveness from the President of Chile to the indigenous Mapuche
Police in Chile’s capital Santiago clashed with protesters demanding more money is spent on education.
Chile’s Economy Minister Luis Felipe Cespedes found himself in hot water after he was presented with an inflatable sex doll at an industry dinner.
Chaos has erupted in the Chilean Congress, followed by the forcible ejection of a number of public sector workers.
Violent protests have broken out in Chile as President Michelle Bachelet presented a state of the nation address in Congress.
Former Chilean president Patricio Aylwin has died aged 97. Aylwin was the first post-Pinochet dictatorship president and managed the transition to
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
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
Students have clashed with police in the Chilean capital Santiago during a protest over educational reforms. They have taken to the streets because
Anti-riot police in Santiago, Chile, have again clashed with thousands of students after an unauthorised peaceful march degenerated. The students
The Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has announced a surprise cabinet reshuffle amid a collapse in her popularity. Speaking to a local TV station
Chile's president has vowed to rewrite the constitution and tackle corruption in an attempt to draw the line under recent scandals which have blighted the government.
Students in Chile have returned to the streets to demand education reforms and denounce political corruption. The government under President Michelle
Re-elected with 62 percent of Sunday’s vote, Michelle Bachelet is back as Chilean president after a break of four years. She owes her victory to her
In Chile’s extended presidential race, there is one candidate of the left, another of the right. One wants a clean break from the Pinochet legacy
Having served one term as Chile’s first female president, Michelle Bachelet last year became the head of UN Women, an agency working for gender