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Oh no, not Chile!

In many Latin American countries, when a police officer stops a motorist, there’s a good chance that money will change hands. This is not the case in Chile; in fact a few years ago, the Carabineros de Chile web site included an advisory to foreign visitors in several languages warning against this practice and here is the English version: 278 palabras más


Balance del primer año de gobierno de Michelle Bachelet.

Marcelo Solervicens, Montreal, 15 de marzo de 2015.

El miércoles 11 de marzo pasado se cumplió el primer año en el poder de la presidente Michelle Bachelet en Chile. 1.274 palabras más


Equal Freedom For Men and Women!

In Chile this year’s International Women’s Day was marked by president Michelle Bachelet’s announcement of a new Ministry of Women and Gender Equality to be installed this year. 572 palabras más


Week Three (Task One)

I was having trouble deciding which task to do this week because I haven’t had much time to go out and talk to people or explore museums and events. 357 palabras más


Volcano Erupts In Chile, Thousands Evacuated

A volcano has erupted in southern Chile, releasing large clouds of ash and smoke causing thousands of people to be evacuated from the area. 175 palabras más


[Video] Joven Chilena (De 14 Años)Pide Que Se Le Practique La Eutanasia (Suicidio Asistido).

Se acuerdan de Brittany Maynard? La chica americana que sufría de cáncer cerebral que se mudó de California a Oregón donde es legal la eutanasia (Suicidio asistido). 139 palabras más


Chilean 14-Year-Old With Cystic Fibrosis Asks To Be Allowed To Die

A video of a 14-year-old Chilean girl with cystic fibrosis asking to be allowed to die has captured attention across the Spanish-speaking world and launched a debate about the right-to-die movement in a region with strong Catholic influence. 309 palabras más