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This Day, That Year – March 11

The Brew News Team   Sat 11 Mar 2023    

This day in history we feature Michelle Bachelet. The first female president of Chile was elected on this day in 2006. Trivia – Michelle Bachelet Verónica Michelle Bachelet Jeria is a Chilean politician who served as United Nations High Commissioner […]


Telescope captures remains of a massive dead star

Brew Admin   Sun 06 Nov 2022    

Chile: The aftermath of a large star’s explosive death is seen in an image released by the European Southern Observatory, showing immense filaments of brightly shining gas that was blasted into space during the supernova. Before exploding at the end […]


Chile at Gulfood 2022: 22 companies look at market expansion in the Middle East

Brew Admin   Wed 16 Feb 2022    

The UAE is the eighth export market in the world for Chile with a weightage of 22 per cent Dubai: Chile is taking part in the ongoing Middle East’s leading annual F&B trade event, Gulfood 2022, with a strong contingent […]


Chile, Argentina go dark as total solar eclipse hangs in skies

Brew Admin   Tue 15 Dec 2020    

A solar eclipse that lasted around two minutes plunged southern Chile and Argentina into darkness on Monday. Heavy rain had threatened to prevent thousands of star gazers in Chile from seeing the eclipse but at the last moment the clouds […]


Earthquake scares jolt central Chile coast, no recorded deaths

Brew Admin   Sun 22 Nov 2020    

An earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale jolted off the coast of Tacola, central Chile today. The German “GFZ” Center for Earth Sciences Research said that the quake occurred off the coast of central Chile, 10 kilometers below the […]


Chileans flood streets to call for militant leader’s step down

Brew Admin   Thu 19 Nov 2020    

Hundreds of people protested in Chile’s capital Santiago on Wednesday to demand the resignation of President Sebastian Pinera over police repression of the country’s social protests. Police fired tear gas and water cannon to keep around 500 protesters from approaching […]


Vivid, paint-splattered memories of Chilean outcry adorn museum walls

Brew Admin   Sun 15 Nov 2020    

Awash with multicolored posters, angry graffiti and other symbols of protest — metal shields, tear gas cartridges — Santiago’s Museum of Social Uprising is aiming to keep alive the memory of months of deadly demonstrations that have left a lasting […]


Chilean polls open for nations’s referendum overhaul

Brew Admin   Sun 25 Oct 2020    

Polls have opened in Chile for a referendum on whether the Pinochet-era constitution should be torn up and replaced by a fresh charter drafted by citizens, a key demand in protests that erupted last year. Fierce anti-government demonstrations over inequality […]