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CT Top 5: The articles of the week

Every weekend, Chile Today looks back at everything that happened last week, highlighting the best articles that appeared on our website. Sit back and enjoy CT´s Top 5: the articles of the week.

Chilean youth affected by HIV crisis – Anthony Hill

Chile Today published various articles this week on the HIV epidemic in Chile, after a UNAIDS report revealed shocking numbers about the increasing amount of HIV victims in the country. Our reporter Anthony Hill made this touching report about how the youth in Chile wants to be part of the solution.

Morales will not only run against opponents, but also the constitution – Christian Scheinpflug

Morales will not only run against opponents, but also the constitution

The decision of the Bolivian court, allowing Evo Morales to run for his fourth consecutive term, sets Bolivia on the political path toward Venezuela, or right-wing autocracies like Hungary and Turkey, according to our Foreign Affairs specialist Christian Scheinpflug. A story ready to unfold in a possible continental drama.

La Vega Central – An authentic market experience – Kateryna Kurdyuk

La Vega Central – An authentic market experience

The last part of our series on markets in Santiago. Kateryna Kurdyuk has shown us three of Santiago´s most intriguing markets, and this last episode, about La Vega Central, shows us exactly why markets attract us so much.

Isabel Allende, winner of the National Book Foundation´s Medal – Maria Paz Rodriguez

Isabel Allende, winner of the National Book Foundation´s Medal

One of the most famous Latin-American writers, Isabel Allende, received a Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American letters from the National Book Foundation. Maria Paz Rodriguez wrote this fascinating profile, about an eternal foreigner, who is more than just a writer.

The Kapak Nan: the lifeblood of the Inca Empire running through Chile – Brian O‘Sullivan

The Kapak Nan: the lifeblood of the Inca Empire running through Chile

Our history is our present and future. And although the Inca Empire is long gone, all over the country traces of the indigenous emperors can be found. Especially because the Kapak Nan, an Inca version of the Panamerican Highway, connected countries from Colombia to Chile.

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