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Chilean court awards damages to father of murdered U.S. student over bungled probe

Reuters Tuesday, 10 March 2020
Chile's Supreme Court on Tuesday awarded $240,000 to the father of a young U.S. psychologist who was beaten to death in southern Chile, in compensation for mistakes by police and prosecutors that allowed her killer to get away.
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