If there is a word to describe the multitude of public protests around the world in 2019, it will be “youth”.
More than half of the Southeast Asian population is under the age of 30
Extreme acts of violence are shaking our world. Whether they’re happening in Chile, Bolivia, Syria or Hong Kong — violence levels seem to be rising on a daily basis.
Chilean football governing body ANFP has announced the cancelation of a friendly against Peru next week because of ongoing civil unrest in Chile.
Globalisation has many winners, but there are losers too, and they are taking to the streets around the world. The list of countries where there is unrest spans the globe: Hong Kong, Lebanon, France, Chile and Ecuador.
A solar eclipse plunge a vast swath of Latin America’s southern cone into darkness.
That is because Uber drivers can be fined or have their vehicles impounded if caught.
More people are living in extreme poverty in Latin America than at any time since 2008.
At least nine people are killed and another 11 injured in a three-vehicle collision.
Maduro accuses Chile, Colombia and Mexico on Monday of helping “terrorists”.
Chile declares a health warning sparked by air pollution levels in Quintero and Puchuncav.
Japan cancels friendly with Chile after powerful earthquake in Hokkaido.
Amazon is in talks with Chile to house and mine massive amounts of telescopic data.
New rules to reduce the time tourists can stay on the Easter Island from 90 to 30 days.
Chile’s Association of Plastic Industries files a complaint against banning plastic bags.
With the US and China squaring up over trade, getting the 16-country Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) signed by the end of the year seems increasingly important for the 10 member states of Asean.
Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo saved three successive penalties to give them a 3-0 shootout win over Portugal.