70,000 Chilean Teachers Continue to Strike for Better Education

Chilean teachers are striking for the second consecutive week to protest against the deteriorating public education system. Chilean teachers’ strike

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Dossier No. 17 – Venezuela and Hybrid Wars in Latin America

By Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research There was a time not long ago when ‘Venezuela’ referred to the epicentre of

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Chile: Pinochet’s Family Home Destroyed in Fire

The property belongs to Jacqueline Pinochet, one of the daughters of the former Chilean dictator. A fire destroyed a house

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These are the Anti-Chavista Fugitives Hiding in Foreign Embassies

Roberto Henríquez, leader of Copei, was the first to resort to an embassy in recent time (2017), when he requested

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Chile: Ex-Pinochet Agent Gets 10 Years For MIR Leader’s Murder

The Court of Appeals also ordered the Treasury to pay 50 million pesos to each of Miguel Enriquez’s two children.

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Police Repression is “Brutal” Only if it Happens in Caracas

By Orlando Rangel Yustiz The ideal in the case of Venezuela is that the major media and international agencies have

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The Coup d’Etat Fails: Perpetrators Take Refuge in Embassies of Brazil and Chile

Chile’s foreign minister, Roberto Ampuero, confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that Leopoldo López, Lilian Tintori and her daughter “took refuge” in

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Cepal Denied Accreditation to Guaido’s Envoy: They Only Recognize the Government of Nicolas Maduro

The third Forum of countries of Latin America and the Caribbean recognized only the delegation of President Nicolas Maduro, after

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Wave of Homo-Transphobic Aggression Shakes the LGBTI Community in Chile

By César González “Brenda was killed brutally. I want justice for her, let it be known who killed her in

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Venezuelan Defectors Arrives in Chile

This Tuesday begins the transfer of Venezuelan military deserters to Chile By Andrés Figueroa Cornejo Uribismo, through President Iván Duque,

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To Michelle Bachelet

By Pasqualina Curcio   19/Mar/2019.- In 1972, at the UN, Allende said: “It is so much more painful to have

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De Zayas: There was Also a Blackout in Chile Before the Coup Against Allende

The crisis in Venezuela is a situation caused in a “completely artificial fashion” by the United States and has “many

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Argentinian and Chilean Citizens Show How Things Really Are in Venezuela

If you think that the only things Venezuela is witnessing are empty supermarkets, violence and anti-government protests, these two foreigners’

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Chilean Transgender Athlete Fights To Break Barriers

“I am determined to be the first trans athlete in the country,” Ignacia Livingstone said. “I want to be the

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Venezuela Among 150 Signators of UN Migration Pact, as US, Israel Refuse to Join

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres began the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration by thanking the over 150

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