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Clashes as thousands protest violence against women in Chile

Santiago - Clashes broke out between police and protesters Sunday as hundreds of thousands of women marched in Santiago to demand an end to violence against women.

Chile says no hope of survivors from missing plane

Punta Arenas - Chile confirmed Thursday that a military plane with 38 people aboard crashed in the sea, with no hope of finding survivors.

Chile extends search zone for missing plane

Punta Arenas - The Chilean government on Wednesday widened the search for an Air Force plane with 38 people aboard that went missing off the southern tip of South America.

Chile govt meets with unions in bid to end crisis

Santiago - Chile's government met for the first time with organized labor on Thursday, aiming to find a way out of the social unrest that has rocked the country for more than a month.

Chile's middle class takes to streets over crushing debt

Santiago - It is not poverty that is driving Chile's middle class into the streets to join massive protests: it is debt, brought on by sky-high private health and education costs that have created an economic fragility many find unbearable.

Sexual abuse victims call for Vatican to crack down on Chilean cardinals

Vatican City - Three victims of a Chilean paedophile priest on Wednesday demanded the Catholic Church force tougher sanctions on complicit cardinals after meeting Pope Francis.

Pope offers apologies for comments on accused bishop

Pope Francis on Monday apologised to victims of sexual abuse after he caused outrage by appearing to support a controversial Chilean bishop.

Pope offers 'apologies' for comments on accused bishop

Pope Francis on Monday offered "apologies" to victims of sexual abuse after he caused outrage by appearing to support a controversial Chilean bishop.

Spearmint Resources moves to fund lithium project in Nevada

Vancouver, Canada-based Spearmint Resources, a Canadian junior resource exploration company, said it hopes to raise $1.0 million to move forward on developing its Nevada lithium property, as well as other projects, including working capital.

Chile acquits Mapuche defendants over arson deaths

Santiago - A Chilean court Wednesday acquitted 11 Mapuche people accused of terrorism over an arson attack that killed an elderly couple, part of a series of indigenous rights protests.

Chile acquits Mapuche defendants over arson deaths

Santiago - A Chilean court Wednesday acquitted 11 Mapuche people accused of terrorism over an arson attack that killed an elderly couple, part of a series of indigenous rights protests.

Keeping elephants at bay with chili powder and condoms

The ultimate elephant repellent has been found to be chili powder inside condoms, with the condoms placed at key locations. There's a reason for this, and it's to do with protecting elephants from poachers.

Valparaiso: UNESCO heritage site dubbed 'Jewel of the Pacific'

Paris - Valparaiso, the Chilean port city of 270,000 ravished by fire, is a UNESCO world heritage site once dubbed "the jewel of the Pacific" by visiting sailors navigating around South America.

World's hottest chili becomes weapon for Indian military

The small bhut jolokia chili, named the world's hottest chili by Guinness World Records in 2007, will now be used by the Indian military as a weapon against terrorists and insurgents.

Trucker blames choking on Wendy’s chili for crashing into house

Saying he choked on a spoonful of Wendy’s chili, a Massachusetts trucker told authorities he passed out before his truck lumbered through a house causing a gaping hole.

Iowa firm recalls chili with beans product

Pinnacle Foods Group LLC, a Fort Madison, Iowa, establishment, is recalling approximately 91,125 pounds of a canned chili with beans product because it may contain an undeclared allergen, wheat.

Frozen Chili Beef Products Recalled

Windsor Quality Food Co., Ltd., doing business as Windsor Foods, a Tulsa, Okla., establishment, is recalling approximately 676,560 pounds of frozen chili beef products that may contain foreign materials.

Your Next Facial: Dunk Your Skin in a Bowl of Chili!

Tired of expensive restorative creams, face masks, and too scared to try Botox? Try burying your face in a bowl of spicy hot chili!

Ancients cook like its hot

"Who says food fads can't last? Thousands of years before the advent of Tex-Mex, ancient Americans were spicing up stew with red hot chili peppers. New fossil evidence shows prehistoric people from southern Peru up to the Bahamas were cultivating vari...

Mexican seeks world chili eating record

Manuel Quiroz can guzzle down dozens of Mexico's spiciest chilies, rub them on his skin and even squeeze their juice into his eyes without so much as blinking.
 

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Chili-Cheese Stuffed Zucchini before making its way to the oven
Chili-Cheese Stuffed Zucchini before making its way to the oven
Calbuco s first eruption on Wednesday wasn t quite as spectacular as the second eruption Thursday ni...
Calbuco's first eruption on Wednesday wasn't quite as spectacular as the second eruption Thursday night.
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The Chilean town of Ensenada was evacuated and left covered with ash on Thursday  after the Calbuco ...
The Chilean town of Ensenada was evacuated and left covered with ash on Thursday, after the Calbuco volcano erupted for the first time in 42 years on Wednesday, spewing thick clouds of ash and smoke several kilometers into the sky.
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Chili-Cheese Stuffed Zucchinis!
The first eruption of the Calbuco volcano on April 22  2015 was not as large as the second one on Th...
The first eruption of the Calbuco volcano on April 22, 2015 was not as large as the second one on Thursday.
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