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Messi's 'corruption' claim dismissed by Copa America organizers
The South American football confederation said questioning the integrity of the Copa America was “unacceptable” after Lionel Messi alleged Argentina was victims of “corruption” in its 2-1 win over Chile.
Thousands marvel as total eclipse darkens Chile, Argentina
Tens of thousands of tourists and locals gaped skyward on Tuesday as a total eclipse of the Sun darkened the heavens over Chile and Argentina.
Chile eager to make Copa history against Peru, says Vidal
Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal said the reigning Copa America champion is focused on making history ahead of its semifinal against Peru.
Queiroz sees improvement in Colombia despite Chile loss
Colombia coach Carlos Queiroz put a positive spin on his side's penalty shootout elimination from the Copa America by champion Chile on Friday.
Cavani praises Uruguay's 'attitude, mentality' in Chile win
Uruguay demonstrated a winning attitude and mentality in its 1-0 Copa America success over Chile on Monday that gave it top spot in Group C, match-winner Edinson Cavani said.
Coach Rueda: Sanchez back on form thanks to 'emotional bond' with Chile
Chile coach Reinaldo Rueda said he never had any doubts “natural born goalscorer” Alexis Sanchez would return to form after the striker fired his side to a 2-1 win over Ecuador in the Copa America on Friday.
Solar eclipse frenzy fuels astronomical tourism in Chile
The total solar eclipse expected in northern Chile early next month is already drawing flocks of visitors eager to glimpse a rare view of the phenomenon through the region’s clear skies.
Iran’s ‘The Last Fiction’ wins award in Chile
Iranian animation, ‘The Last Fiction,’ directed by Ashkan Rahgozar, grabbed the best animation award at the third Southern Cone International Film Festival (FICCSUR) in Chile.
Victims of Chile Nazi sect say German compensation not enough
Victims of a Chile-based Nazi pedophile sect said compensation offered by Germany was not enough to make up for decades of slavery and abuse.
Researcher: Oldest human footprint found in Americas confirmed in Chile
A 15,600-year old footprint discovered in southern Chile is believed to be the oldest ever found in the Americas, according to researchers.
Chile to restrict tourists, non-locals on Easter Island
Easter Island is known for its unique Moai monumental statues carved by the Rapa Nui people, believed to have arrived on the remote landmass in the southeastern Pacific Ocean in around the 12th century.
Chile has medicine against desertification, but does not take it
The retention of rainwater which otherwise is lost at sea could be an excellent medicine against the advance of the desert from northern to central Chile, but there is no political will to take the necessary actions, according to experts and representatives of affected communities.
Iran ships first crude to Chile in 16 years
An oil tanker transporting Iranian crude is making the first delivery to Chile in at least 16 years, which shows Iran may be seeking new customers for its oil in the face of renewed US sanctions.
Chile becomes new purchaser of Iranian crude oil
Iran has found a new buyer for its crude oil after the decision by the US to reimpose sanctions, trading and shipping sources said on Thursday.
Rural women essential to struggle against hunger
Adelaida Marca, an Aymaran indigenous woman who produces premium oregano in Socoroma, in the foothills of the Andes in the far north of Chile, embodies the recovery of heirloom seeds, and is a representative of a workforce that supports thousands of people and of a future marked by greater gender equality.

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