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Chile and Argentina Stand Out in Region For Having Highest Standards of Living

Chile and Argentina Stand Out in Region For Having Highest Standards of Living

Norway, Australia and the Netherlands lead the world in the 2011 Human Development Index (HDI), while the Democratic Republic of the Congo, continue reading »

Chile’s Constitutional Court Says No Gay Marriage

Chile’s Constitutional Court Says No Gay Marriage

In a 9-1 vote, Chile’s Constitutional Tribunal has declared arguments for the legalization of gay marriage “inapplicable,” refusing to grant marriage licenses to gay couples. continue reading »

Southern Chile in Red Alert for Potential Eruption of Hudson Volcano

Southern Chile in Red Alert for Potential Eruption of Hudson Volcano

Though Chilean authorities have ruled out an imminent massive eruption, an area of 25 miles around the Hudson in the Aysén region, has been evacuated. continue reading »

Chile’s Mt. Hudson Volcano Spewing Causes Evacuations

Amid Continuous Student Protests in Chile, Human Right Advocates are Watching

Amid Continuous Student Protests in Chile, Human Right Advocates are Watching

The Chilean Government must adopt a human rights approach in its policies, particularly those regarding education, indigenous people and freedom of expression, a senior United Nations official has said. continue reading »

Chile Wins First Gold at Pan American Games

Chile Giving Nearly 57,000 18-Year-Olds One Month to Report for Military Draft

The W Hotel in Santiago Under Siege by Justin Bieber Fans – WATCH (VIDEO)

The Bieber fever that is spreading throughout Latin America has not seemed to die down. This past Friday the Bieber was suppose to arrive Chile to continue his “My World” tour throughout the region. continue reading »

Chilean Miners Mark Anniversary of Famous Rescue

Chilean Miners Mark Anniversary of Famous Rescue

A group of the Chilean miners rescued in an operation that transfixed the world a year ago returned to the San Jose mine Thursday for a solemn ceremony. Chile's Former Mining Minister Laurence Golborne was among those who attended the service, together with engineers and several of the rescued workers. During the service, workers laid the first stone of a monument honoring the 33 miners. continue reading »

On Anniversary of Rescue, Bolivian Miner Gets Arrested

On Anniversary of Rescue, Bolivian Miner Gets Arrested

Trapped Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani unfortunately won’t partake of the 1 year anniversary celebrations as he has been arrested for domestic abuse. continue reading »

World’s Largest Megavirus Found in Chilean Coasts

World’s Largest Megavirus Found in Chilean Coasts

The “Megavirus chilensis,” is between 10 and 20 times bigger than the largest Megavirus ever documented, was found in Chile’s Pacific Ocean. continue reading »

Chilean Miners: One Year Later, We Still Remember (VIDEO)

Chilean Miners: One Year Later, We Still Remember (VIDEO)

The first anniversary of the accident in a Copiapó mine that trapped 33 Chilean miners underground for 69 days, coincided with the release of the documentary "17 days Buried Alive," about those days before the miners had contact with the surface. continue reading »

Join us This and Every Sunday At HS-News Open Mic

Join us This and Every Sunday At HS-News Open Mic

Your backstage pass to HS-News showcase of emerging and established Latino musical talent. Introducing This Week La Rompehueso continue reading »

First Solar Powered Car Rally in Latina America Starts in Chile (VIDEO)

First Solar Powered Car Rally in Latina America Starts in Chile (VIDEO)

Today is the first day of the “Atacama Solar Challenge” a three day rally where participants will cross the Atacama desert on board of solar powered vehicles! continue reading »

Economist:  Chile Richest Country in South America, Poorest in Energy