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Molotov Cocktails, Tear Gas and Water Cannons Mark Violent Chile Protest

VOA News Saturday, 17 October 2020 ()
Chileans took to the streets of Santiago Friday, October 16, to vent anger over inequality and Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's government, trading Molotov cocktails and rocks with tear gas and water cannons used by police.  (Reuters)
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