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Chile protests: state of emergency declared in Santiago as violence escalates

WorldNews Sunday, 20 October 2019
Chile protests: state of emergency declared in Santiago as violence escalatesA state of emergency has been declared in the Chilean capital after simmering protests against a rise in metro fares spilled out into widespread vandalism and violence fuelled by rising cost-of-living pressures. As ordained by Chile’s dictatorship-era constitution, the state of emergency will apply to Santiago and can...
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Government deploys military in capital as protests against increase in subway ticket prices descended into violence.

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