The event called the "Drums of Soul", aimed to provide the construction workers with a reprieve, allowing them to relax.
Rather than their usual bolting, hammering and welding, construction workers in Santiago, Chile on Wednesday (September 26) banged on a different tool for an innovative reason - they pounded on drums to destress.
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Latin American states join efforts to help fleeing Venezuelans
The Chilean Navy has freed a whale after it became trapped in a fishing net in the waters off the country's coast.
This is the moment an aspiring film director enjoyed a front row seat for a volcanic eruption.
The island's mayor, Petro Edmunds has reduced the number of days from 90 to 30 because, he says, foreigners are "damaging the local idiosyncrasy"
A new initiative in Chile’s capital of Santiago allows visually disabled people to enjoy the city’s bustling street art scene.
All 34 of Chile's bishops tendered their resignation over child sex abuse
Chile has said it will host the next meeting between the Colombian government and the country's last major rebel army, the ELN.
Francis begs forgiveness from victims of church sex abuse in Chile and admits he made "grave mistakes" in handling the scandal.
Police used water cannons to disperse protesters angry at a court ruling to overturn a decision by the previous government to ban universities operating for profit.
Its discovery in 2003 in Chile sparked suggestions it was evidence of aliens visiting Earth. Now scientists say they have finally put that theory to bed.
The team behind the Oscar-winning film celebrated their victory with Chilean President Michelle Bachelet.
The mid-air ceremony was the first in papal history.
Pope's visit to Chile causes protests.
A 350-metre-long iceberg is the latest fragment to break off the Antarctic ice shelf.
At around 280 metres wide, the block is the former “western
The remarkable discovery of Oumuamua opens a new window on solar systems beyond our own, say experts.
Conservative Pinera takes on Socialist Guillier in Chile's December presidential run-off
Conservative Sebastian Pinera - president from 2010-2014 - is expected to make a comeback