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By Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, a manhunt spreads across much of western Canada after a stabbing spree leaves ten people dead, Kenya's Supreme Court unanimously upholds William Ruto's narrow win in the presidential election and the Israeli military acknowledged "a…
Chileans voted in a plebiscite Sunday on whether to adopt a far-reaching new constitution that would fundamentally change the South American country.
By Daniel Politi, Associated Press
A leftist millennial who rose to prominence during anti-government protests was elected Chile’s next president Sunday after a bruising campaign against a free-market firebrand likened to Donald Trump.
Chileans will vote for a new president Sunday following a polarizing campaign in which the leading candidates vowed to chart starkly different paths for the region’s most economically advanced country staggered by a recent wave of social unrest.
By Eva Vergara, Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
By Eva Vergara, Associated Press
Nearly 80% of voters in a plebiscite last year chose to draft a new charter for the nation following a year of protests, though there is much less consistent agreement over what it should contain.
By Eva Vergara, Christopher Torchia, Associated Press
One of Latin America's most affluent nations, and also one haunted by social and economic inequality, plans to draft a new constitution to replace the charter introduced during military rule decades ago.
By Joshua Barajas
When writer Isabel Allende creates characters for her novels, she often looks to real people as “models.” For a crime novel she wrote, Allende said she needed to connect with a member of the U.S. military.
Chile’s human rights watchdog is calling for an investigation into the electrocution death of a man during anti-government protests. The death raised the number of those killed during protests that started in October to at least 27.
By Frank Jordans, Associated Press
Later Saturday, Chilean diplomat Andrés Landerretche told reporters that a fresh compromise would be circulated Saturday afternoon, but insisted that there would have to be trade-offs if there was to be a deal supported by all countries.
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