Araucania

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Araucania

a region of central Chile, inhabited by Araucanian Indians
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Years later (1967-1970) wild boars were observed for the first time in the National Reserve of Alto Biobio (La Araucania region) and in Coyhaique (Aysen region) (Fig.
Francisco Huenchumilla, governor of the Araucania region, said the eruption has so far caused no deaths.
The couple's death triggered a national debate about the conflict in the Araucania region and the use of tough dictatorship-era measures to curb the violence.
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Helicopters have been airlifting emergency supplies to eight districts in the Araucania region, which is only just recovering from the Puyehue volcanic eruption in June, which spewed ash over vast swathes of the countryside, damaging crops.
Marcela Arriagada (Araucania Region): In our discussions as a group, we have recognized that reinstating therapeutic abortion can be presented as women's minimum demand, highlighting the need to defend the value of women's health and lives.
"Merken has played a central role in the ancient traditions and cuisine of the native Mapuche people, indigenous inhabitants of Central and Southern Chile, in the Araucania region of Chile for centuries," says Paulina Penaloza, co-founder of Chileangourmet.
Focussing on the Araucania region in Chile, the two institutions will train Chilean students in psychology at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and support professionals working in organizations in Chile to strengthen their capacity to assist children and teens with psychological adaptation difficulties.
CHANGING LANDSCAPES: SENSE OF PLACE AND INTERCULTURAL PRAXIS IN CITIES OF LA ARAUCANIA REGION, CHILE