Chile is famous for wine and earthquakes, which can be a disastrous combination as glass bottles are an all-too-vulnerable casualty of shaken earth and collapsing buildings.
Hunting for records in Santiago, Cuba taught me about the beauty of the chase in a place where vinyl has nearly gone extinct.
The decision by LATAM Airlines to suspend its flights to Venezuela follows a similar announcement by Lufthansa. It comes at time when a deep economic crisis has triggered widespread food and medicine shortages, frequent power cuts, and sporadic looting.
Franco Luis Ferrada survived his alleged suicide attempt, but now two lions are dead.
Masked demonstrators torched a pharmacy and a supermarket as President Michelle Bachelet delivered her annual report to the Chilean congress.
Manana won over Cuba's government with the promise of cross-cultural collaboration. Now it needs to convince the people.
In addition to announcing Nico Jaar, the festival is offering a discounted travel package including chartered flights from Miami and an included travel visa.
Most Chileans support replacing the old constitution of the Pinochet dictatorship, but Bachelet's proposals are not supported by the political opposition and public trust in all politicians is almost non-existent.
After Wednesday's magnitude 8.3 earthquake the Chilean government today raised the death toll to ten people, but lifted tsunami warnings for the country's coast.
Twelve former soldiers in Chile's military will face justice after the infamous 1986 immolation case was reopened upon a break in Chilean ex soldiers' "code of silence."
Come 2016, you'll paradoxically be contained and free within Guillermo Hevia García and Nicolás Urzúa Soler's 'Your Reflection' structure.