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Chile President Declares State of Exception Over Mapuche Dissension
Chile's president declares a state of exception in the other regions of the country over the government conflict with the Mapuche tribe.
Columbus Day in the Americas: Does Cristóbal Colón Have Us All Fooled? Indigenous People in Chile Think So
Oct 14, 2013 05:25 PM EDT
By Melissa Castellanos
This year marks the 521th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' arrival to the Americas, but many people in the U.S. as well as indigenous people in Latin America aren't celebrating.
Gabby Petito's Parents Say Brian Laundrie's 'Quiet and Polite' Appearance Deceived Them, Thought He Would 'Take Care of Her'
Dr. Anthony Fauci Misled Trump Administration to Kickstart Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan, New Book Claims
Dog the Bounty Hunter Refutes Rumors He’s Pitched Show on Brian Laundrie Search; Ex-FBI Officer Says Reality Star Could Sabotage Manhunt
Dog the Bounty Hunter Tells Brian Laundrie 'Let Me Have You' as He Furiously Calls for Gabby Petito's Fiance to End the Chase
Hurricane Pamela Makes Landfall on West Coast Mexico With Threats of Flashfloods, Mudslides
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