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Critics still aren't happy with the pope.
The controversial move leaves a huge question mark hanging over Francis’s 'zero tolerance' policy of abuser priests, critics say.
Declassified US files say the CIA paid loads of money to top Chilean newspapers to 'set the stage for the military coup.'
At times it looks like the heavens opening up, at others, like raging volcanic lightning hell.
Nope — it's not in Uruguay. It's actually growing in Chile, which aims to harvest enough pot to make cannabis oil for 200 cancer patients.
PRI's The World
October 26, 2017
Oaxaca is moving along with rebuilding after Mexico's worst earthquake of the century. But some are hoping to slow down the process.
January 15, 2018
Just 36 percent of Chileans have confidence in the Catholic Church — the lowest in all of Latin America — according to Chilean newspaper La Tercera.
January 18, 2018
"The day they bring me proof against Bishop Barros, then I will speak," the pope said in response to a journalist's question about the 61-year-old bishop.
April 06, 2018
Daniela Vega, like other members of the trans community in Latin America, has spent a lifetime navigating both the gendered Spanish language and laws that refuse to recognize her identity.
August 20, 2018
To people who have spent their lives studying and combating the Catholic child abuse scandal, the revelations from last week’s grand jury report on six dioceses in Pennsylvania are numbingly familiar.
August 29, 2018
A global boom in demand for lithium has set off a scramble in Chile, which is home to nearly 50 percent of the world's reserves of the metal. That's affecting the country's water resources
Into the Thaw: Decoding Thwaites Glacier
February 01, 2019
The World’s Carolyn Beeler's first dispatch from onboard the icebreaker comes from the port of Punta Arenas, in Chile’s Tierra del Fuego.
March 22, 2019
Every year on March 23, “Día Del Mar” or "National Day of the Sea," marks the “historical injustice” of the 250-mile Pacific coast that Bolivia lost to Chile in the War of the Pacific.
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