Dr Cathy Collins, from Santiago, criticises the Guardian coverage of President Sebastian Piñera's visit to UK
More than 100 Police Special Forces violently evicted Rapa Nui indigenous groups from the Government Plaza in the center of Hanga Roa over the holidays, causing injuries to at least nine people, three of them serious.
Following months of protests and sit-ins surrounding ancestral land claims on Chile’s Easter Island, the United Nations has officially called on the Chilean government to help diffuse tensions.
Police on Easter Island have evicted a group of indigenous people who had been occupying the grounds of a luxury hotel since last year.
At the end of March, President Obama will make his first official visit to Latin America. Aleksander Aguilar looks at why he has chosen to visit Brazil, Chile and El Salvador.
Since December, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay and Peru have all recognised Palestine as an independent state. This is another indication of the growing independence from the USA of much of Latin America.
Nick Caistor, from LAB, analyses the reasons behind the students protests in Chile.
Hundreds of thousands of Chileans take to the streets to demand changes to the Constitution.

Homage to a Criminal in Chile

The author writes about attempts to vindicate Chile's dictatorial past.
Chile is to be prosecuted by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights for using its anti-terrorism law against the Mapuche indigenous people.

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