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Uber driver killed in Chile during attempted robbery - police

Reuters India Sunday, 19 March 2017
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A 35-year-old driver for ride services company Uber was shot dead in the Chilean capital Santiago as he attempted to resist being robbed by passengers, police said on Saturday.
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