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Amid protests, Chile's president says he has 'heard the message'

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Amid protests, Chile's president says he has 'heard the message'

Amid protests, Chile's president says he has 'heard the message'

Protesters, angry over inequality, demand President Pinera's resignation in biggest protests to hit capital in years.

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