Wild fires in southern Chile continue to rage, consuming huge swathes of land and prompting a major emergency operation. More firefighters have been
Joan Barreda claimed his third stage win of this year’s Dakar Rally after a succesful ride in stage ten – a 371 kilometre special between Calama in
Stage three of the Dakar Rally took the competitors over 542 km from San Juan to Chilecito in Argentina with 284 km of the route a timed special
A Chilean evangelical pastor was forcibly removed from Chile’s Congress after shouting insults at lawmakers who voted in support of a law that would
Two retired colonels in Chile have been jailed for torturing President Bachelet’s father under the Pinochet regime.
Judge Mario Carroza sentenced
Researchers have been working for many years with anti-bacterial properties of copper, especially for hospital-born diseases.
In Santiago, Chile
The Atacama desert in Chile is famous for nothing: no water, no plants, no animals. That makes it a perfect place for astronomy, and the ideal
Hosts Brazil qualified for the quarter-finals of the World Cup on Saturday after beating Chile 3-2 in a nail-biting penalty shootout.
The stage is set and the actors are waiting in the wings. The last 16 matches of the 2014 World Cup are upon us.
Hosts Brazil take on Chile at the
ALMA is short for (Atacama Large Millimetre/Submillimetre Array). It’s a powerful telescope located in Chile, which is starting to unlock information
Construction of the European Extremely Large Telescope has officially begun in the Atacama desert in Chile, marking the first step in a true
A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck off northern Chile late on Wednesday but there were no reports of damage and a precautionary tsunami alert
Chilean web users posted several videos from Wednesday’s 8.2 earthquake in Chile. The footage shows not only the first moments of the quake but also
Improving teaching is an obvious path to better education, but there can be many obstacles along the way. In this edition of Learning World we take
Teaching people about the elements isn’t necessarily obvious but is vital in order that humans can make the best use of nature’s gifts.
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
This edition of Learning World asks how immigrants can have equal access to education and integrate more easily into their new societies? Euronews
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
“We are well in the refuge, all 33 of us.”
The message echoed around the world three years ago, announcing the survival of the miners trapped in
These days many educational projects are adapting their methods for sick children. If a child has to live in a sterile environment for example, how
This edition of Learning World looks at the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which include getting all the world’s primary aged children into
India’s special school programme aims to bridge education divide
The Satya Bharti School Programme offers a lifeline for hundreds of boys and
All over the world the economic downturn is having a negative impact on education. Public spending is being slashed and schools have not been spared
Filmed by Jacqueline Wolf in Santiago De Chile