In Chile, staying alive is an excuse to party
Thousands of elderly Chileans have been celebrating surviving wintery August.
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Repeat after me: Hello, my name is.
Chileans love to toss in English words but they struggle to master the language. The government is trying to change that.
Claiming ancestral lands
A KKK-like group is threatening to kill indigenous Mapuche as part of a pitched battle over land rights.
A disappeared American
A sister's quest to find out what happened to the only U.S. citizen who disappeared during Chile’s military dictatorship.
A question of justice
The consideration of military pardons reveals that Chile still has a lot of healing to do.
Winter in the time of swine flu
For a small country, Chile has a large number of swine flu cases. The reason? Easy diagnoses, winter and smog.
A long way home
In Nicaragua, Chilean combatants recall their unsung role in the Sandinista revolution.
Can volunteers shut down Chile's slums?
Chilean non-profit aims to transform entire communities of slum dwellers.
Politics and the morning after pill
In Chile, contraception has become one of the hottest issues in the looming presidential battle.
In Chile, students adopt a new form of protest
Rather than occupying buildings students are attending classes. They are just refusing to say "present."
A fresh face for Chilean politics
A young presidential candidate is shaking up Chile's political scene.
Volcano threatens Chilean village
Some residents refuse to leave ghost town despite risk.
Chile bolsters its military
In recent years, Chile has been on a weapons spending spree.
A controversial mine
A Canadian company's plan to build a gold and silver mine on the Chile-Argentina border spurs controversy.
Anger over mortgages
Mortgage debtors in Chile are holding high-profile protests.
Is Chile heading to the right?
A rich businessman could be the country's next president.
Hold your breath
Santiago struggles to deal with its longtime smog woes.
A World of Trouble, the sequel
Special Report: It's still ugly out there.
A different sort of coffee shop
Remnants of dictatorship
New life for properties used as detention and torture centers under Pinochet
Want legs with your coffee?
In Santiago, unusual coffee establishments that showcase scantily clad women are cropping up.
A love affair with Peruvian nannies
Although many Chileans treat Peruvian immigrants with disdain, they prize their nannies.
Chile's secret laws
Long after Pinochet's rule, secret laws remain on the books in Chile.
Defending the dictator
History gets a rewrite at the Pinochet Museum
Chile reconsiders military spending provision
The country debates a law that directs copper export revenues to the military amid accusations of corruption.
A fish of a different color
Chile's salmon industry swims south, and into controversy.
Chile and Cuba inch towards a better relationship
Earlier this month, Michelle Bachelet became the first Chilean president to visit Cuba since 1972.
The climate change frontier
Tourists in Chile's Patagonia region can see the glacial melting wrought by global warming.
20 correspondents, 20 countries and a world of pain. Meet the ground truth of the global economic crisis.
Chile's abortion debate
One woman's pregnancy rekindles questions about Chile's ban on all abortions.