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Police fire water cannon as Chilean protesters defy emergency decree

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Police fire water cannon as Chilean protesters defy emergency decree

Police fire water cannon as Chilean protesters defy emergency decree

Police fired water cannon at protesters who defied an emergency decree in Chile's capital on Monday (October 21).

Continuing violent clashes have left at least 12 dead.

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Police fire water cannon as Chilean protesters defy emergency decree

Police fired water cannon at protesters who defied an emergency decree in Chile's capital on Monday (October 21).

Continuing violent clashes have left at least 12 dead.




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