The stegouros elengassen was discovered in Chile. Its tail resembles an Aztec war club, said a paleontologist.
According to cartel insiders and military sources, Mexico's Jalisco Cartel has its sights set on Sinaloa Cartel turf in Central and South America.
American, for example, lost its vital South American partner in 2019 and is turning to a Chilean ultra-low-cost carrier to build back in the region.
The woman, not yet been identified by police, was cleaning the tiger's enclosure at the safari park in Rancagua, 60 miles south of Santiago, Chile.
"The South Atlantic winter was a big surprise for us," a retired SAS officer who served in the Falklands told Insider.
American has delayed the start of new Chile flights and cut Peru and Brazil flights while competitors focus on flights to open European countries.
The coronavirus pandemic has put a spotlight on the struggle of working parents who are juggling both their jobs and childcare duties. Lack of free or affordable childcare was an issue before the pandemic, and industry insiders project to only get worse in the coming months unless Congress passes an […]
A cougar cub hugging its mother has been named one of the best travel photos of the year. The image, taken by Amit Eshel in Chile’s Patagonia region, was “Highly Commended” in the Endangered Planet category of the 2019 Travel Photographer of the Year competition. Eshel’s image, taken in Torres […]
Zach Silk is the president of Civic Ventures and a recurring cohost on the “Pitchfork Economics” podcast. He says that Chile represents “the tip of the proverbial spear in the fight against income inequality.” The protests there have captured the attention of elites through economic erosion and show that people […]
Chile has been engulfed in protests for the last week since the country’s government proposed raising fare costs for public transportation. Three people died in a supermarket fire related to the protests, and at least 180 people have been arrested. Thousands marched in the streets of Chile’s capital, Santiago. Chilean […]
On September 21, 1976, former Chilean ambassador and minister Orlando Letelier and his colleague Ronni Moffitt were killed by a car bomb in Washington, DC. The attack was orchestrated by Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, a Cold War ally of the US, and it was one of the deadliest foreign terrorist […]
Archaeologists have discovered the oldest footprint ever found in the Americas. The 15,600-year-old print was first found in southern Chile in 2011, but now scientists have finally determined that it likely belonged to a human. According to a new study, this footprint is evidence that humans were present in the […]
The Trump administration last week appointed Elliot Abrams as envoy to Venezuela to spearhead its efforts against Nicolas Maduro’s authoritarian government. Abrams has a long, controversial history as a foreign policy adviser in Washington, including being convicted over his role in the Iran-Contra affair. There appear to be fears among […]
In April 1884, Bolivia signed a treaty ending the War of the Pacific, granting Chile 240 miles of coastline – and Bolivia’s only outlet to the sea. More than 130 years later, Bolivia’s government has taken Chile to the The Hague to reclaim access to the Pacific. Bolivia won the […]
A six-inch long skeleton with human features found in Chile’s Atacama desert was rumoured to be an alien for almost two decades. In a new paper, researchers found that the skeleton – Ata – was in fact not an alien, but a human who had suffered from a range of […]
The World Bank says changes to the methodology of its “Doing Business” report may have unfairly affected some countries’ rankings. Political motivations of World Bank staff may have influenced the changes, and Chile may have been a target. The World Bank says it will revise the rankings for at least […]
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