- Victims of Chile colony hope German documents bring justice Updated: Apr-28-16 6:03 am
SANTIAGO, Chile - Victims of a secretive German colony in Chile hope that Germany's decision to declassify documents will help shine light on human rights abuses committed there.
- Chilean poet Neruda reburied at his coastal home Updated: Apr-26-16 3:54 pm
ISLA NEGRA, Chile - The remains of Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda were reburied on Tuesday at his favorite home in a Chilean town overlooking the Pacific Ocean, despite lingering questions surrounding his mysterious death.
- German foreign minister regrets diplomats' failures in Chile Updated: Apr-26-16 3:46 pm
BERLIN - Germany's foreign minister has expressed regret over the fact that his country's diplomats failed for years to act on abuses at a secretive German colony in Chile.
- Santiago Urrutia wins Indy Lights race in Alabama Updated: Apr-24-16 4:16 pm
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Santiago Urrutia won the Indy Lights Legacy 100 Sunday at Barber Motorsports Park.
- Chilean ex-President Aylwin dies; led return to democracy Updated: Apr-19-16 1:11 pm
SANTIAGO, Chile - Patricio Aylwin, a lanky law professor who played a decisive role in restoring Chile's democracy after 17 years of brutal dictatorship and was later elected president, died on Tuesday. He was 97.
- Mosquito that transmits Zika found in Chile Updated: Apr-18-16 7:33 pm
SANTIAGO, Chile - Chile's health ministry says the mosquito that transmits the Zika virus has been found in the South American country.
- Heavy rains shut Chile's El Teniente copper mine Updated: Apr-18-16 4:23 pm
SANTIAGO, Chile - Chile's state-run mining company, Codelco, said Monday that operations at its El Teniente copper mine will be suspended for six days due to torrential rains over the weekend that caused heavy flooding.
- Floods hit Chilean capital, cut water to millions Updated: Apr-17-16 5:04 pm
SANTIAGO, Chile - Heavy rains have caused severe flooding and cut water service to 4.5 million people around Chile's capital, Santiago, officials said Sunday.
- Green Chile Club founder working to hand out refunds Updated: Apr-10-16 6:30 pm
SANTA FE, New Mexico - The founder of a mail-order green chile club said Sunday he has every intention of getting people their money back since the business never heated up.
- Virgin Mary statue stirs up debate in secular Uruguay Updated: Apr-09-16 11:43 am
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay - The South American country of Uruguay has a long tradition of secularism, to the point that a popular president in the early 1900s insisted on writing the word "God" with a lowercase "g'' whenever he wrote about his policies in local newspapers.