Students Protest Against The Government Education Policy In Chile

In 2010, when Chilean President Sebastian Piñera became the nation’s first right wing president since the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet, young voters stayed on the sidelines, with few of them registering to vote.

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The Multiple Benefits Of Quinoa – The Staple Food Of The Ancient Incas

The ancient Incas called quinoa as the ‘mother grain’ and it has been the staple food of millions of native inhabitants in the South American Andes since ancient times.

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Chile Transforms Sewage Carrying River Into A Riverfront Park

Long stretches of the banks of Mapocho river in Santiago, Chile are lined with garbage, and homeless people live under some of its bridges.

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