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Chile army issues new curfew in Chilean capital Santiago as protests continue

Reuters Sunday, 20 October 2019
The Chilean military declared another night-time curfew in the capital on Sunday as the government struggled to contain violent protests, looting and arson in the streets over recent fare hikes in public transportation.
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News video: Chile's president declares state of emergency in capital Santiago

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Chile's President Sebastián Piñera has declared a state of emergency inthe capital Santiago as protests against a rise in the cost of public transport have escalated.

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