Forest fires leave at least 23 people dead and injure 979 people, officials say, as regional countries offer firefighters and equipment to the South American country.
South American country declares emergency in several central-southern regions as blazes — 56 of them out of control — burn 100 homes, 47,000 hectares of forest and leave at least 13 dead.
President Gabriel Boric said that his government will raise the level of official representation in Palestine.
Hundreds of Chileans, mainly students, protest in Santiago, erecting burning barricades to mark three years since a social uprising over inequality in the Andean nation.
All six of the region’s biggest economies may soon be run by leftist presidents with all eyes on Brazil’s upcoming run-off elections that could see the comeback of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in a fresh ‘pink tide’.
Chileans head to the polls to decide whether to adopt a new constitution that aims to shift its market-driven society into one that is more welfare-based.
Gabriel Boric takes over the reins of a country clamouring for change following mass protests in 2019, which he supported, against deep-rooted inequality.
Gabriel Boric has supported a boycott of Israeli settlements and been an outspoken critic of the state.
Gabriel Boric, a former protest leader, defeated an opponent who was a staunch defender of the notorious General Augusto Pinochet regime.
Far-right candidate Jose Antonio Kast concedes defeat to leftist rival Gabriel Boric in the Andean nation's election.
A far-right lawmaker and an ex-protester have prevailed in Chile's presidential election with a narrow gap between them, leading Chile towards a runoff between two political extremes.
Chileans go to the ballot box for the fourth time in 18 months as the country's economic woes have worsened with the coronavirus epidemic, unemployment and skyrocketing foreign debt.
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