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But is nuclear power a good idea in one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries?
A flood of impoverished migrants from border countries is changing the face of Chile.
Chile — with big Palestinian population — debates whether to recognize Palestine.
Vineyards are beginning to figure out how much fine wines contribute to climate change.
Inmates in Chile's prisons are crammed together and potable water is scarce.
Report says women in Chile with HIV face abuse and sterilization without consent.
All Chile miners are freed, will their rescue benefit President Pinera?
How adrenaline junkies ended up staffing Chile's firehouses — for no pay.
As drama surrounding 33 trapped miners in Chile unfolds, the lawsuits begin.
When you're trapped a half mile beneath the Earth's surface, what is it you want most?
Should a tax on junk food help pay for the damage from Chile's earthquake?
Nearly every classroom in Chile has a computer. But is anyone using them?
Hint: Big businesses.
Apartment owners are turning to legal action after their brand-new homes collapsed.
Near Concepcion, many continue living outside as soldiers try to keep order amid food and gas shortages.
A new museum preserves Chile's painful past so future generations can learn about the years of military rule.
An exchange program gives middle school students from Santiago their first contact with indigenous Mapuche.
Is a rough first week a sign of troubles to come for Chile's right-wing president-elect?
In Chile, biking is beginning to take root — as both tourist fun and a choice for commuters.
Chile is trying to combat dropout rates by opening day care centers at high schools.