SANTIAGO Chile has become the latest country to pull out of a controversial United Nations migration pact, its interior ministry indicated, provoking fury among opposition parties who accused Sebastian Pinera’s government of “shameful and authoritarian” behaviour.
Santiago The chief executive of China's Tianqi Lithium Corp said she believes investing in Chile's lithium miner SQM will bring "long-term benefits" for both companies, despite strict conditions set for its involvement by local anti-trust regulators.
Canadian miner Lundin confirmed on Friday it was cutting 106 jobs at its Candelaria copper mine in Chile to "improve competitiveness and productivity", amid reports that workers had begun a 48-hour strike.
Nov 16 Canadian miner Lundin confirmed
on Friday it was cutting 106 jobs at its Candelaria copper mine
in Chile to "improve competitiveness and productivity", amid
reports that workers had begun a 48-hour strike.
A delegation from Easter Island will arrive in London next week to seek the return from the British Museum of one of the native Polynesians' emblematic statues.
Chile's President Sebastian Pinera has promised the government will "spare no means" in investigating the fatal shooting of an indigenous Mapuche man during a confrontation with police that sparked widespread fury among locals, opposition members of parliament and rights groups.
Chile returned a planeload of Haitian immigrants to their native country on Wednesday in the first in a series of "humanitarian flights" criticised by migrant groups as "forced deportations."
Chile's interior minister criticized French authorities on Wednesday for offering asylum to a former Chilean leftist rebel, calling it a "mistake" to link a murder he committed to politics under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.
SANTIAGO Chile's antitrust court has approved a plan by LATAM Airlines , the region’s largest carrier, to deepen its ties with American Airlines Group and IAG’s British Airways and Iberia, LATAM Airlines said in a statement.
SANTIAGO Chile's Court of Appeal has ordered the office of Santiago's Archbishop to pay $450 million pesos ($650,000) to three men who alleged they were sexually abused for decades by Chilean priest Fernando Karadima, a local newspaper reported on Sunday.