Chile tests a package marked "anthrax" delivered to the country's foreign ministry.
Chile detects its first case of H5N1 bird flu in a 53-year-old man.
Georgia, Iceland, Luxembourg, Serbia, and Chile report their first confirmed cases of monkeypox.
The Chilean Constitutional Convention approves defining the country as a "Social State" in the new fundamental law, a fact that various constituents and experts interpret as a turning point in the country's history.
Colombian, Spanish and French journalists are arrested and detained by SEBIN agents in Caracas. All four work for Spanish news agency EFE. The arrests follow the deportation of two Chilean journalists yesterday.
A wildfire destroys at least 100 homes in Valparaíso, Chile, causing the evacuation of about 400 people. The Chilean Ministry of the Interior and Public Security reports that at least 19 people suffered from minor injuries.
Chile declares a state of emergency and preliminary evacuation of 16,000 as a forest fire threatens the city of Valparaiso.
Venezuelan police shoot dead the daughter of a Chilean diplomat at a police checkpoint at the city of Maracaibo after the vehicle she was travelling in refused to stop - 11 police officers are under investigation.
Authorities in Chile close the Torres del Paine National Park, amid an ongoing forest fire in Patagonia.
A magnitude 6 earthquake occurs off the coast of Chile near Valparaíso.
Community leaders in Easter Island threaten to secede from Chile, prompting the resignation of Governor Pedro Edmunds Paoa.