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Three die after supermarket set on fire, flights out of Santiago delayed due to Chile riots

Reuters Sunday, 20 October 2019
At least three people died after a supermarket in the Chilean capital Santiago was set alight by demonstrators, while many flights into the city's airport were suspended as crew were unable to get to work, the city's governor said on Sunday.
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At least three people died after a supermarket in the Chilean capital Santiago was set alight by demonstrators, while many flights into the city's airport were suspended as crew were unable to get to work, the city's governor said on Sunday (October 20). Edward Baran reports.

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