Al Jazeera looks at some of the ways Chileans are protesting against the government.
by Lucia Newman
by Sandra Cuffe
by Manuel Rapalo
Latin America21 Nov 2019 12:49 GMT
As unrest continues to grip cities across Chile, a symbol has emerged, calling attention to the country's indigenous communities.
Latin America20 Nov 2019 09:08 GMT
A Chilean human rights group has documented 222 cases of hospitalisation for eye injuries.
Latin America19 Nov 2019 18:59 GMT
Constitutional accusation unlikely to succeed, but pressure mounts on president over alleged rights abuses during crisis
Latin America19 Nov 2019 00:11 GMT
Chileans vow to continue in the streets until the gov't meets demands for systemic change, improved social conditions.
AJ Impact18 Nov 2019 13:09 GMT
Some indigenous Chileans believe the farms are killing off marine life and also threatening their communities' future.
Latin America18 Nov 2019 07:31 GMT
Prosecutors are investigating more than 1,000 cases of alleged abuses by police and military during a month of protests.
Latin America15 Nov 2019 22:41 GMT
Protests continue as many celebrate the referendum announcement, while others criticise and reject it.
Chile15 Nov 2019 11:15 GMT
In a win for protesters, government agrees for vote to be held in April 2020 on replacing the Pinochet-era constitution.
Latin America15 Nov 2019 10:51 GMT
Cry for justice whips up more anger in Chile; demand for action on killing of an indigenous student.
AJ Impact13 Nov 2019 22:51 GMT
Central Bank President Mario Marcel said the country's fiscal position remained 'solid' despite the peso's volatility.
Latin America13 Nov 2019 19:15 GMT
Against a backdrop of daily protests, Chileans are organising neighbourhood gatherings to discuss a way forward.
AJ Impact12 Nov 2019 22:34 GMT
Unions present demands related to wages, pensions and union organising but their primary demand is a new constitution.
AJ Impact12 Nov 2019 22:28 GMT
US president repeated complaints about China's rise in the global economy and said 'Nobody’s cheated better than China'.
Latin America12 Nov 2019 06:23 GMT
Despite plans to reform Pinochet-era charter, protests in Chile continue as many feel excluded from process.
Latin America11 Nov 2019 19:30 GMT
Many protesters say any new constitution must include the input of the public through a constitutional assembly.
by Belen Fernandez
by J Berkshire Miller
by Hisham Aidi
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