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An earthy wooden cabin in Chile's Araucania region sits quietly in the shadow of one of South America's most active volcanoes, providing breathtaking views of the Villarrica – while using materials and innovative design to keep the build as eco-friendly as possible. Casa Hualle reflects the dual nature of ...
Machi Cordova is the only person imprisoned for death of businessman Werner Luchsinger and his wife Vivianne Mackay which occurred in 2013 in a fire in their home at Vicun, in the Araucania region. Several other Machis and community leaders have been sentenced for the same crime, like Machi ...

On the walls of Tourtoirac Abbey in southern France hangs a map that portrays a very different vision of Latin American history. A reproduction of a 19th century original, it shows a huge swath of southern Chile and Argentina as the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia.
Hydrothermal environments located in Chilean extreme environments, such as “Tatio” geyser fields in the Atacama Desert and “La Araucania” hot springs in the Andes Mountains are very attractive pristine ecosystems for tourist, but their native microbial communities as a source of novel bioactive ...
The two men addressed issues including violence in the southern region of Araucania and the embezzlement and evidence-tampering scandals plaguing the Carabineros, Chile's militarized ... The Mapuches make up around 650,000 of Chile's 17 million people and are concentrated in Araucania and greater Santiago.
Armed vandals forced the drivers to descend from their trucks before they set the vehicles on fire in the regions of Bio Bio and Araucania, about 430 miles (700 kilometers) south of the Chilean capital. Local prosecutor Nelson Moreno said authorities found pamphlets scattered nearby that were signed by a ...

The Araucania Region is the poorest in the country (26.2 percent of people in multidimensional poverty, according to the New Supplementary Income Survey ... During the 19th century, the Chilean government sought to consolidate its sovereignty in the southern zone of the Araucania, which divided Chile.
Bishop Vargas offered the indigenous population, their conflict with the Chilean state, and the region's poverty as three reasons Pope Francis has chosen to visit Temuco. During his Jan. 17 visit to the city, the Pope will say Mass at Maquehue Airport and will lunch with inhabitants of Araucania at the Madre ...
Temuco, Chile, Jan 10, 2018 / 03:03 pm (ACI Prensa).- Pope Francis will spend a day in Temuco, the capital of a Chilean region with a large indigenous population, during his Jan. 15-18 visit to the nation. The city's bishop has said the Pope decided to come to the area because it represents Chile's peripheries. “If we look at ...
April 16 (Renewables Now) - Chile's energy minister Susana Jimenez on Friday launched the Energy Route 2018-2022 initiative at a workshop in the region of Araucania. The "energy route" will be developed with the help of workshops that will be held across the country during the month of April. Jimenez said the initiative ...

A photo published by the industry group showed several large tractor trailer trucks engulfed in flames along a dark dirt road in the country's heavily forested Araucania region. The area is the heart of Chile's important forestry and paper industry, and the trucks and machinery used by local businesses have ...
The Chilean equivalent of the FBI said the trucks were burned in three attacks against logging companies. Armed vandals forced the drivers to descend from their trucks before they set the vehicles on fire in the regions of Bio Bio and Araucania, about 430 miles (700 kilometers) south of the Chilean capital.
SANTIAGO – At least 29 tractor trailer trucks and other heavy machinery burned by arsonists in southern Chile early on Friday, according to police and a truck owners association. In a statement following the attack, Chile's National Confederation of Truck Owners called on the government to “halt the attacks ...
The Mass, and in particular the red vestments worn by Francis, was a concerted nod to the indigenous traditions of the Araucania region. The Argentine pope is particularly attuned to indigenous issues and hopes to use his weeklong trip to Chile and Peru to put the issue on the global agenda and set the ...
On Wednesday, Pope Francis visited the city of Temuco in Chile's southern Araucania region, where he called for unity in one of the country's longest-running conflicts. In a public address, the pontiff said that "destructive violence" between the indigenous Mapuche people and the state was not the answer.
A number of new attacks were reported overnight Tuesday in Araucania, including the shooting of a police officer, the torching of two Roman Catholic chapels and the destruction of two stationary helicopters belonging to a forestry company. The police officer, who was wearing body armor, was not seriously ...
Bishop Vargas offered the indigenous population, their conflict with the Chilean state, and the region's poverty as three reasons Pope Francis has chosen to visit Temuco. During his Jan. 17 visit to the city, the Pope will say Mass at Maquehue Airport and will lunch with inhabitants of Araucania at the Madre ...
Temuco, Chile, Jan 10, 2018 / 03:03 pm (ACI Prensa).- Pope Francis will spend a day in Temuco, the capital of a Chilean region with a large indigenous population, during his Jan. 15-18 visit to the nation. The city's bishop has said the Pope decided to come to the area because it represents Chile's peripheries. “If we look at ...
During his tour, the pontiff will hold a mass in Temuco, capital of the disputed Araucania region in southern Chile, some 600 kilometers from the capital. The Mapuche, Chile's largest Indigenous group, have been trying to reclaim their territory in Araucania, located south of the Bio Bio river, which was taken ...
In Chile, a secret conflict known as the Arauco War between colonial Spaniards and the Mapuche people has been ongoing for almost 500 years.


 

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