Dried Up Lake Uncovers New Easter Island Statue: Here's How Many Moais Have Been Discovered So Far
Researchers have found a new moai statue in a dry lake on the Chilean island of Rapa Nui, joining the approximately 1,000 other iconic monolithic sculptures on what is internationally known as Easter Island.
FIFA Fines Ecuador Over Fans' Discriminatory Chants in World Cup Opener
FIFA fined the Ecuador national team at the 2022 World Cup due to fans using discriminatory chants during the opening match against Qatar.
Ecuador Will Remain in World Cup
Ecuador has been cleared to play in the 2022 World Cup after a hearing from FIFA on Thursday.
Ecuador Gets OK to Play in 2022 World Cup After FIFA Hearing
FIFA announced that Ecuador will hold onto its spot in the 2022 World Cup after Chile alleged that the team fielded an ineligible player in qualifiers last year.
World Cup Hearing to Decide Ecuador's Fate in Qatar
Chile has demanded Ecuador be pulled out of Qatar. Chile alleges that Ecuador fielded Byron Castillo as an ineligible player during last year September’s World Cup qualifiers.
Ecuador Keeps World Cup Spot as FIFA Rejects Chile Complaint
Chile would have taken Ecuador’s spot in Qatar but can still appeal the case against Byron Castillo.
Going Abroad? Your Destination May Require Travel Insurance
About a dozen countries have added an insurance mandate for tourists during the pandemic era, to cover costs related to Covid-19.
Leftist Millennial Wins Election as Chile's Next President
A leftist millennial who rose to prominence during anti-government protests has been elected Chile’s next president after a bruising campaign against a free-market firebrand likened to Donald Trump.
‘One of Two Extremes': Chile Set for Its Most Divisive Election Run-Off Since Returning to Democracy
The presidential run-off on Dec. 19 will see voters cast their ballots in favor of one of two outsider candidates promising to chart wildly different paths.