It may be more than 400 metres up in the hills but Chile's capital is hotter than it's been since 1915.
by Belen Fernandez
by Max Radwin
Business & Economy01 Mar 2016 06:40 GMT
Leadership on ratification of the TPP would provide a shot in the arm to the economies of many states in East Asia.
J Berkshire Miller
Talk to Al Jazeera06 Feb 2016 12:53 GMT
We travel to Chile to meet a group of young scientists determined to develop smart plant-based food to save the planet.
Human Rights31 Jan 2016 10:53 GMT
How many of the promises made to this indigenous community forced off their land to accommodate a dam have been kept?
Chile26 Jan 2016 04:26 GMT
Henry Worsley collapsed from exhaustion only 48km from achieving his goal after an almost 1,600km journey.
Poverty & Development21 Dec 2015 07:23 GMT
Protests against corruption and the electoral shifts point to a region that has consolidated democratic governance.
Human Rights25 Nov 2015 06:58 GMT
With the US' encouragement, the alliance in South America would go on to torture and murder many civilians.
Latin America17 Sep 2015 07:09 GMT
Five dead as strong 8.3-magnitude earthquake strikes country's centre, causing panic and shaking buildings in Santiago.
Latin America17 Sep 2015 05:44 GMT
Three dead as strong 8.3-magnitude earthquake strikes centre of Chile, sparking panic and shaking buildings in capital.
Chile08 Aug 2015 03:12 GMT
Manuel Contreras, reviled for his role in kidnapping and killing thousands during General Pinochet's rule, dies aged 86.
Human Rights30 Jul 2015 07:44 GMT
Woman set ablaze during a 1986 protest has become a symbol of atrocities and impunity under the country's dictatorship.
Sport05 Jul 2015 02:35 GMT
Sanchez scores the winning kick from the spot in the penalty shootout as Chile win tournament for first time.
Sport30 Jun 2015 14:34 GMT
Vargas scores a brace as Chile go within one win of their maiden Copa America title.
Sport30 Jun 2015 05:20 GMT
Foul language and foul gestures continue to be a part of the game in football-proud Chile.
Sport25 Jun 2015 07:23 GMT
Hosts score an 81st-minute winner as Uruguay end match with nine players.
Sport11 Jun 2015 13:24 GMT
The start of the 44th edition of Copa America has been overshadowed by FIFA's corruption scandal and Chile's problems.
by Belen Fernandez
by J Berkshire Miller
by Hisham Aidi
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