Business & Economy

Finalising the TPP: A critical step for East Asia

Leadership on ratification of the TPP would provide a shot in the arm to the economies of many states in East Asia.

by J Berkshire Miller

Talk to Al Jazeera

Beyond meat: The end of food as we know it?

We travel to Chile to meet a group of young scientists determined to develop smart plant-based food to save the planet.

Human Rights

Chile's Mapuche-Pehuenche: 10 years after relocation

How many of the promises made to this indigenous community forced off their land to accommodate a dam have been kept?


British explorer dies attempting solo Antarctic trek

Henry Worsley collapsed from exhaustion only 48km from achieving his goal after an almost 1,600km journey.

Poverty & Development

What's left of the Latin American left?

Protests against corruption and the electoral shifts point to a region that has consolidated democratic governance.

by Hisham Aidi

Human Rights

Remembering Operation Condor

With the US' encouragement, the alliance in South America would go on to torture and murder many civilians.

by Belen Fernandez

Latin America

One million evacuated after Chile tsunami warning

Five dead as strong 8.3-magnitude earthquake strikes country's centre, causing panic and shaking buildings in Santiago.

Latin America

Tsunami alert as powerful earthquake strikes Chile

Three dead as strong 8.3-magnitude earthquake strikes centre of Chile, sparking panic and shaking buildings in capital.


Ex-Chile spy chief dies while serving 500-year sentence

Manuel Contreras, reviled for his role in kidnapping and killing thousands during General Pinochet's rule, dies aged 86.

Human Rights

Pinochet-era crime comes back to haunt Chile

Woman set ablaze during a 1986 protest has become a symbol of atrocities and impunity under the country's dictatorship.


Copa America: Hosts Chile beat Argentina to win title

Sanchez scores the winning kick from the spot in the penalty shootout as Chile win tournament for first time.


Copa America: Hosts Chile reach final

Vargas scores a brace as Chile go within one win of their maiden Copa America title.


Making sense of Chile's foul football

Foul language and foul gestures continue to be a part of the game in football-proud Chile.


Copa America: Holders Uruguay knocked out by Chile

Hosts score an 81st-minute winner as Uruguay end match with nine players.


FIFA scandal sullies 2015 Copa America

The start of the 44th edition of Copa America has been overshadowed by FIFA's corruption scandal and Chile's problems.