Chilean police fire tear gas, water cannons at anti-government protesters | AFP

Chilean police fire tear gas and water cannons at protesters, who gathered in Santiago to demonstrate against the government of Sebastian Pinera, ahead of a referendum in which Chileans will decide whether to replace the constitution dating from the era of the late dictator Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990).

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Protesters gather in Italy Square against Pinera’s government | AFP

Protesters gather in Italy Square to demonstrate against the government of Sebastian Pinera, ahead of a referendum in which Chileans will decide whether to replace the constitution dating from the era of the late dictator Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990).

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Chileans celebrate Independence Day with dancing on the streets | AFP

Just like every year, couples in Santiago sing and dance to the sound of cueca, the traditional Chilean folk music, to celebrate Independence Day. But this time around, anti-virus measures are implemented.

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Chileans receive the first deposits from their 10% emergency pension fund withdrawals | AFP

Chileans queue for more than an hour in a busy street of Santiago as they wait to receive the first deposits from their 10% emergency pension fund withdrawals. The decision was approved by Chilean congress and implemented this week to try to reboost the economy amid pandemic.

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Chileans sign “A Rapist in Your Path” during Women’s Day protest | AFP

Thousands of Chileans sing the feminist anthem “A Rapist in Your Path” during a protest in Italy Square in Santiago to mark International Women’s Day. IMAGES

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Chileans react to country’s first confirmed COVID-19 cases | AFP

Residents of Chile’s capital express concerns and doubts after health officials confirmed the country’s first coronavirus cases.

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Tear gas, water tanks and violence in Chile demonstration | AFP

Chileans demonstrate against President Sebastian Piรฑera’s government in what they called “The last march of the year”. The demonstration was not authorized and protesters were dispersed with water tanks and tear gas.

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AFPTV looks back at two months of crisis in Chile | AFP

Chile marks two months since the outbreak of the country’s worst civil unrest in decades, in which furious Chileans protested for weeks against social and economic inequality, leading to 26 deaths and more than 12,000 injuries, according to the Organization of American States, with another 20,600 people detained. IMAGES

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Chilean demonstrators hit the streets of the capital again | AFP

Thousands of Chileans take the streets again in Santiago to protest social and economic inequality and against an entrenched political elite that comes from a small number of the country’s wealthiest families, among other issues. Some climate change protesters also join this rally after the country delays its emissions goal boost at its own UN climate talks taking place in Madrid. Protests in Chile initially erupted in mid-October over metro fare hikes but quickly escalated into the most severe outbreak of social unrest since the end of the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet in 1990. IMAGES

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Chileans wary as government announces process to change constitution | AFP

Residents in the Chilean capital Santiago react to the government’s announcement that it will move to draft a new constitution and replace one dating back to the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship — a key demand of protesters who have rocked the country for three weeks.

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Chileans react to protests and current government | AFP

Chileans react to the government of President Sebastian Pinera and to the protests in Santiago, as mobilizations continue in the country.

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12th day of protests against Chile’s embattled President Pinera | AFP

Thousands of Chileans take to the streets for the 12th consecutive day, protesting against embattled President Sebastian Pinera and calling for economic and political change. IMAGES

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Chileans protest against high prices of electronic toll collection | AFP

Chileans block the highways of the Metropolitan region of Santiago with their vehicles to protest against the high prices of electronic toll collection (TAG). IMAGES

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Thousands of Chileans flood the streets of Santiago | AFP

Protests in Chile continue, upping the pressure on beleaguered President Sebastien Pinera after days of social unrest that left 18 dead. IMAGES

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Chileans react to unrest in their country | AFP

Chileans react to the unrest in their country and the military presence in the streets, as the country, usually one of the most stable in Latin America, experiences its worst violence in decades since protests against a now-scrapped hike in metro fares escalated dramatically.

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Chileans turn plastic waste into profit | AFP

Chile is one of Latin America’s top garbage-generators, a reality that boosts entrepreneurship in waste management and gives plastic a second life.

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Water Day: In the Antofagasta desert, Chileans drink seawater

In northern Chile, many residents of the region of Antofagasta donโ€™t have access to running water or suffer from cuts, depending on tankers to distribute the vital liquid to particular houses and farming plots. The water was formerly supplied from rivers that turned out to have very high levels of arsenic, so the city is now desalinizing seawater for 80 percent of its consumption, which some say could be unsafe.

Water Day: In the Antofagasta desert, Chileans drink seawater

In northern Chile, many residents of the region of Antofagasta donโ€™t have access to running water or suffer from cuts, depending on tankers to distribute the vital liquid to particular houses and farming plots. The water was formerly supplied from rivers that turned out to have very high levels of arsenic, so the city is now desalinizing seawater for 80 percent of its consumption, which some say could be unsafe.

Chileans police dogs are trained from birth to enforce the law

As soon as they are born, puppies at the Police Canine Training School of Carabineros de Chile begin their training to become efficient police dogs, who will be tasked with fighting crime, detecting drugs and explosives, protecting borders and going on rescue missions during catastrophes.