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Chile issues first civil marriage licenses to same-sex couples

By Katlyn Babyak
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Marriage | SANTIAGO, Chile—Chile’s Civil Registry made an exception last month to its ongoing strike to perform the country’s first civil union ceremonies for…

Midday Roundup: U.S. anti-ISIS training program an ‘abject failure’

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Poor showing. The United States set aside $500 million to train Syrians to fight ISIS, but only four or five trainees have ended up in the fight so far, Gen.

‘Like David fighting against Goliath’

By Katlyn Babyak
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Ministry | Christian school in Chile teaches students with Down syndrome to say, yes we can

Chile relives mine accident drama with movie premiere

By Katlyn Babyak
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Movies | SANTIAGO, Chile—At almost every bus and metro stop in Chile’s capital city, commuters can count on seeing a poster for The 33 . The Hollywood movie premiered…

South America lifting abortion bans amid international pressure

By Katlyn Babyak
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Abortion | The Chilean Chamber of Deputies’ Health Commission postponed voting Tuesday to lift abortion restrictions after lobbying from Christian Democrats and other…

Chilean teachers declare indefinite protests over education reforms

By Katlyn Babyak
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Chile | On Monday, teachers and education students rallied and marched down the streets of Santiago, Chile, and other major cities. The Teachers’ College, the…

Globe Trot: Volcanos, earthquakes, and running to God

By Mindy Belz
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International | CHILE: In the wake of an earthquake it’s easy to forget a volcano, but the Calbuco eruption continues, with residents trying to save their homes from a rain…

Abortion activists hype Chilean child rape case

By Alissa Robertson
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Abortion | An 11-year-old girl’s decision to carry a child conceived by rape has ignited a heated national debate over abortion in socially conservative Chile. Chilean…

Old stadium, new stadium, redeemed stadium

By Andrew Branch
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International | Welcome to Maracana Stadium in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. The yellow and blue monolith is one of the largest stadiums in South America and a Brazilian icon, but…

Support structure

Support structure

By Jamie Dean
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Chile | Unlike Haiti, Chile's strict building codes and strong, responsive government mitigated earthquake damage

 
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