The Chilean town of Valdivia was hit by a 9.5-magnitude earthquake on on May 22, 1960. The impact left thousands dead, many more injured and caused nearly US$800 million worth of damages.
Isabel Cocker/The Santiago Times LOS ANGELES – The World Tourism Cities Federation annual summit has opened in Los Angeles with a ceremony dedicated to discussion of the impacts of globalization on the tourism market, especially […]
SANTIAGO – A fall in mining and business services in the final quarter of 2016 put Chile’s economy in slump, according to the central bank. Statistics show Chile’economy contracted by 0.4 percent in the final […]
CARACAS: The opposition coalition in Venezuela has rejected “the military threat by any foreign power,” days after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was considering such an option against the crisis-hit South American nation. The […]