24-year-old Camilo Catrillanca was assassinated on Wednesday, November 14, during an invasion of his community by the special ‘anti-terrorist’ unit of the Chilean police, Comando Jungla
The progressive sections in the Chilean civil society have been angered at the relentless pro-rich neo-liberal policy reforms by the right-wing president Sebastian Piñera.
For decades, Ana Gonzalez worked to trace the whereabouts of her family and thousands of the people who were forcible disappeared during the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet
In the referendum of 1988, 56% of Chileans had voted ‘against the continuation of the dictator Augusto Pinochet’s rule, forcing him to step down two years later
President Evo Morales said he would write to the UN after the International Court of Justice ruled that Chile had no obligation to negotiate access to the Pacific Ocean for Bolivia
A number of events and debates are taking place around the 30th anniversary of the referendum following which Augusto Pinochet had to step down