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Resilient Indian women's junior hockey team hold Chile senior side to 2-2 draw
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Resilient Indian women's junior hockey team hold Chile senior side to 2-2 draw

Deepika (40th minute) and Gagandeep Kaur (55th) led India's fightback after Chile had taken the lead twice through goals from Mariana del Jesus Lagos (21st) and Fernanda Villagran (51st) at the Prince of Wales Country Club.

Earthquake of 6.4 magnitude strikes parts of Argentina, Chile; no injuries reported
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Earthquake of 6.4 magnitude strikes parts of Argentina, Chile; no injuries reported

Argentine media said some houses reportedly were damaged in the small town of Media Agua and at least one road was said to have been disrupted

Chile protest anniversary turns violent as two churches torched, thousands gather in Santiago square
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Chile protest anniversary turns violent as two churches torched, thousands gather in Santiago square

The demonstration comes just a week before Chileans vote in a referendum on whether to replace the dictatorship-era constitution — one of the key demands of the protest movement which began in October 2019.

Chinese president Xi Jinping says Beijing wants trade deal with US, but is not afraid to 'fight back'
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Chinese president Xi Jinping says Beijing wants trade deal with US, but is not afraid to 'fight back'

Reinforcing the upbeat tone adopted by China in recent days, Xi Jinping told a visiting US business delegation that China holds a 'positive attitude' toward the trade talks.

Donald Trump says he has not agreed to rollbacks of tariffs on Chinese goods in 'phase one' deal amid 16-month trade war
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Donald Trump says he has not agreed to rollbacks of tariffs on Chinese goods in 'phase one' deal amid 16-month trade war

President Donald Trump on Friday said he has not agreed to rollbacks of US tariffs sought by China, sparking fresh doubts about when the world’s two largest economies may end a 16-month trade war that has slowed global growth

China, US agree on plan to remove tariffs imposed on two-way goods in stages amid year-long trade war
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China, US agree on plan to remove tariffs imposed on two-way goods in stages amid year-long trade war

China and the United States have agreed a plan to remove tariffs imposed on two-way goods in stages, the commerce ministry said Thursday, as negotiators try to hammer out a trade deal.

Donald Trump invites Xi Jinping to US to sign phase one of trade agreement, says top White House official
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Donald Trump invites Xi Jinping to US to sign phase one of trade agreement, says top White House official

Trade talks between the world's two largest economies began last November but have not yielded desired results even after more than a dozen rounds of negotiations in both Beijing and Washington.

Chile backs out as COP25 host due to riots; Spain steps in as the new host
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Chile backs out as COP25 host due to riots; Spain steps in as the new host

The co-host, Costa Rica as ruled out as an alternative location because their Env Minister said it would be impossible.

US-China trade deal talks progress after almost 16-months-long standoff; officials claim agreement could be signed this month
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US-China trade deal talks progress after almost 16-months-long standoff; officials claim agreement could be signed this month

The United States and China on Friday said they made progress in talks aimed at defusing a nearly 16-month-long trade war that has harmed the global economy, and US officials said a deal could be signed this month

Copa Libertadores final to go ahead as planned despite riots in Santiago, says CONMEBOL
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Copa Libertadores final to go ahead as planned despite riots in Santiago, says CONMEBOL

The Copa Libertadores final will go ahead in Santiago as planned next month, CONMEBOL said on Friday, despite the riots which have hit the Chilean capital in the last few days.

Donald Trump outlines first phase of deal to end trade war with China, suspends October tariff hike
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Donald Trump outlines first phase of deal to end trade war with China, suspends October tariff hike

Donald Trump on Friday outlined the first phase of a deal to end a trade war with China and suspended a threatened tariff hike, but officials on both sides said much more work needed to be done.

Chilean authorities arrest priest for sexually abusing seven minors at Santiago; investigation underway
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Chilean authorities arrest priest for sexually abusing seven minors at Santiago; investigation underway

Chilean authorities have arrested a priest accused of sexually abusing 7 minors a month after prosecutors raided his diocese in Rancagua

Pope Francis performs impromptu marriage ceremony for two flight attendants on airplane in Chile
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Pope Francis performs impromptu marriage ceremony for two flight attendants on airplane in Chile

It was all in a day's work for the ever-unpredictable Pope Francis. First, he celebrated the first-ever airborne papal wedding, marrying two flight attendants at 36,000 feet during a flight on Thursday to this northern Chilean beachside town. Then after landing, Francis came to the rescue of a policewoman who was thrown from her rearing horse as his popemobile passed by.

Pope Francis expresses 'pain and shame' over church sex abuse scandal in Chile, begs forgiveness
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Pope Francis expresses 'pain and shame' over church sex abuse scandal in Chile, begs forgiveness

Pope Francis begged for forgiveness on Tuesday for the "irreparable damage" done to children who were raped and molested by priests, opening his visit to Chile by diving head-first into a scandal that has greatly hurt the Catholic Church's credibility and cast a cloud over his visit.

Chile presidential election: Billionaire Sebastian Pinera to return to power with 55 percent votes
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Chile presidential election: Billionaire Sebastian Pinera to return to power with 55 percent votes

Billionaire Sebastian Pinera will return to power as Chile's president next year, according to near-complete results from a runoff election held on Sunday.

Mudslide in southern Chile leaves five dead, 15 missing; President Michelle Bachelet declares region a catastrophe zone
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Mudslide in southern Chile leaves five dead, 15 missing; President Michelle Bachelet declares region a catastrophe zone

A mudslide fuelled by heavy rains has swept over a village in southern Chile, leaving at least five people dead and 15 missing

Chilean poet Pablo Neruda did not die of cancer, say experts; may have been murdered by Pinochet regime
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Chilean poet Pablo Neruda did not die of cancer, say experts; may have been murdered by Pinochet regime

International experts announced that Chilean Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda did not die of cancer, but could not conclusively determine if he was assassinated

Chile temporarily bans imports of Colombian meat over foot-and-mouth disease
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Chile temporarily bans imports of Colombian meat over foot-and-mouth disease

Santiago: Chile has placed a temporary ban on meat imported from Colombia, citing an outbreak there of foot-and-mouth disease.

Fidel Castro's final resting spot in Cuba shrouded in mystery, ashes interred at Santa Ifigenia
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Fidel Castro's final resting spot in Cuba shrouded in mystery, ashes interred at Santa Ifigenia

On Sunday, his remains reached Santiago, the city where Castro launched his revolution and where a final, mass gathering in the city's Revolution Plaza was held before his ashes are interred at Santa Ifigenia.

Chile earthquake: Estimate of people left homeless rises from 3,500 to 9,000 persons
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Chile earthquake: Estimate of people left homeless rises from 3,500 to 9,000 persons

More than 9,000 people were left homeless after a powerful earthquake hit northern and central Chile last week, officials have said, dramatically increasing previous estimates.