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  • Chile seeks foreign help in subway bombing case

    SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Chile sought help from foreign security agencies in identifying those responsible for an explosion that injured 14 people at a subway station in the capital, while bomb scares and small blasts kept the country on edge Wednesday. Prosecutor Raul Guzman didn't say which...

  • Chile sailor publicly discloses his homosexuality

    SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — A sailor with Chile's navy on Wednesday announced he is gay, an unprecedented public declaration in this socially conservative South American nation. Chile has traditionally been a tough place for homosexuals, although the country decriminalized gay sex in 1999 and...

  • Police tear gas, water cannons at Chilean protest

    SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Student protesters fled a tear gas truck and police water cannons used during a march through the Chilean capital Thursday, but no injuries or arrests were reported. Thousands of young people unhappy with the pace of education reform under President Michelle Bachelet...



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