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In recent years, Chile has been on a weapons spending spree.
A Canadian company's plan to build a gold and silver mine on the Chile-Argentina border spurs controversy.
Mortgage debtors in Chile are holding high-profile protests.
A rich businessman could be the country's next president.
Santiago struggles to deal with its longtime smog woes.
New life for properties used as detention and torture centers under Pinochet
In Santiago, unusual coffee establishments that showcase scantily clad women are cropping up.
Although many Chileans treat Peruvian immigrants with disdain, they prize their nannies.
Long after Pinochet's rule, secret laws remain on the books in Chile.
The country debates a law that directs copper export revenues to the military amid accusations of corruption.
Earlier this month, Michelle Bachelet became the first Chilean president to visit Cuba since 1972.
One woman's pregnancy rekindles questions about Chile's ban on all abortions.
The reappearance of a man feared killed by the Pinochet regime fuels doubts