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Q&A: Chile’s Michele Bachelet on Where the Country Goes Now

Q&A: Chile’s Michele Bachelet on Where the Country Goes Now

She speaks on Chile's fitful progress and demanding future
Video Replay In Soccer Sucks

Video Replay In Soccer Sucks

For most of the soccer world, this summer’s Confederations Cup is the first time fans will have seen the sport’s much ballyhooed instant replay system live and in action. And as anyone familiar with
Portugal's Horrendous Penalty Shootout Performance Sends Chile To Confed Cup Final

Portugal's Horrendous Penalty Shootout Performance Sends Chile To Confed Cup Final

After a lively though scoreless 120 minutes of Confederations Cup soccer between Portugal and Chile, the South Americans advanced to the final on penalty kicks thanks in part to Claudio Bravo but
Chile Beats Portugal to Reach Confederations Cup Final

Chile Beats Portugal to Reach Confederations Cup Final

Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo of Chile making a save on a scoring attempt by Nani during the penalty shootout in a victory against Portugal.
Germany Converts a Mistake by Chile Into a Confederations Cup Title

Germany Converts a Mistake by Chile Into a Confederations Cup Title

Germany’s players with the Confederations Cup trophy after their victory over Chile in the final.
A despot in disguise: one man’s mission to rip up democracy | George Monbiot

A despot in disguise: one man’s mission to rip up democracy | George Monbiot

James McGill Buchanan’s vision of totalitarian capitalism has infected public policy in the US. Now it’s being exported • George Monbiot is a Guardian columnistIt’s the missing chapter: a key to
Chile poised to ease strict laws on abortion

Chile poised to ease strict laws on abortion

Chile was poised to lift its total ban on abortion, after the Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday weighed a measure to decriminalize the procedure in certain cases, the last step before it would go to
President Bachelet of Chile Is the Last Woman Standing in the Americas

President Bachelet of Chile Is the Last Woman Standing in the Americas

President Michelle Bachelet of Chile at the presidential palace in Santiago last month. As Chile’s first female president, she has championed women’s issues. She will leave office next year.
Adorable Little Doggie Mascots Are The Best Mascots

Adorable Little Doggie Mascots Are The Best Mascots

Usually soccer teams come out onto the pitch accompanied by little kids, which is cute and all, I guess. As precious as star-struck children can be, though, they don’t compare to these sweet adoptable
Chile’s Congress Votes to Lift a Blanket Ban on Abortion

Chile’s Congress Votes to Lift a Blanket Ban on Abortion

Abortion was legal in Chile until the ban was enacted under Pinochet

Chile’s Congress Approves Abortion in Limited Cases

The legislation passed after years of debate, but the nation’s Constitutional Tribunal could still decide to rule on the law’s legality.
Chile’s Energy Transformation Is Powered by Wind, Sun and Volcanoes

Chile’s Energy Transformation Is Powered by Wind, Sun and Volcanoes

The first geothermal energy plant in South America is in Cerro Pabellón, Chile, 14,760 feet above sea level, surrounded by volcanoes.

Generating Green Energy in a Chilean Desert

Chile is advancing in its goals for reliance on renewable energy, with South America’s first geothermal plant and a constellation of solar and wind farms.
Chile’s Energy Transformation Is Powered by Wind, Sun and Volcanoes

Chile’s Energy Transformation Is Powered by Wind, Sun and Volcanoes

The first geothermal energy plant in South America is in Cerro Pabellón, Chile, 14,760 feet above sea level, surrounded by volcanoes.
Thrust Into Chile’s Abortion Fight, Woman Who Urged Change May See It

Thrust Into Chile’s Abortion Fight, Woman Who Urged Change May See It

Karen Espíndola entering the Constitutional Tribunal in Santiago, Chile, last week. She was denied an abortion in 2008 despite being told that her fetus was not viable.
Chilean Tribunal Weighs In: Some Abortions Will Now Be Legal

Chilean Tribunal Weighs In: Some Abortions Will Now Be Legal

Demonstrators in favor of abortion rights celebrated in Santiago on Monday after the nation’s constitutional court ruled in favor of a law legalizing abortion in certain cases.
Chilean court ruling clears way for abortion in extreme cases

Chilean court ruling clears way for abortion in extreme cases

Chile's Constitutional Court on Monday approved a bill to decriminalize abortion in certain cases, a move decried by conservative opponents but hailed by Socialist President Michelle Bachelet as a
Man Dies After an Uber Protest in Chile Blocks Road to the Airport

Man Dies After an Uber Protest in Chile Blocks Road to the Airport

The holiday-maker had heart attack in a traffic jam caused by the protest.
Man Dies After an Uber Protest in Chile Blocks Road to the Airport

Man Dies After an Uber Protest in Chile Blocks Road to the Airport

The holiday-maker had heart attack in a traffic jam caused by the protest.