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Violence resurges in protest-racked Chile

A man is surrounded by riot police officers during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, Chile March 5, 2020. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A man is surrounded by riot police officers during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, Chile March 5, 2020. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A man is surrounded by riot police officers during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, Chile March 5, 2020. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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Protesters are sprayed by a police water cannon during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Protesters are sprayed by a police water cannon during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Protesters are sprayed by a police water cannon during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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A protester hurls projectile towards riot police during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester hurls projectile towards riot police during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester hurls projectile towards riot police during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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A protester is detained by security forces during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester is detained by security forces during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester is detained by security forces during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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A protester hurls projectile towards a riot police vehicle during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester hurls projectile towards a riot police vehicle during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester hurls projectile towards a riot police vehicle during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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A protester seeks shelter during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester seeks shelter during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A protester seeks shelter during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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Protesters are seen through tear gas smokes during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Protesters are seen through tear gas smokes during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Protesters are seen through tear gas smokes during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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A demonstrator throws an object towards a riot police vehicle during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A demonstrator throws an object towards a riot police vehicle during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo...more

A demonstrator throws an object towards a riot police vehicle during a protest called by high school students against the Chilean government and the public education system while starting the academic year, in Santiago, March 5. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra
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Demonstrators clash during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Demonstrators clash during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Demonstrators clash during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A demonstrator wears a mask while attending a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A demonstrator wears a mask while attending a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A demonstrator wears a mask while attending a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra
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A demonstrator attends a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A demonstrator attends a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A demonstrator attends a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A man wearing a costume uses a slingshot during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A man wearing a costume uses a slingshot during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A man wearing a costume uses a slingshot during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A demonstrator returns a tear gas canister thrown by security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez

A demonstrator returns a tear gas canister thrown by security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez

A demonstrator returns a tear gas canister thrown by security forces during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Concepcion, March 2. REUTERS/Juan Gonzalez
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Demonstrators run away during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", as they protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Demonstrators run away during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", as they protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Demonstrators run away during a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", as they protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A first aid team member attends a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A first aid team member attends a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A first aid team member attends a protest day in the Chilean calendar known as "Super Lunes", to protest against Chile's government and high living costs, in Santiago, March 2. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Concepcion, February 28. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Concepcion, February 28. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Concepcion, February 28. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra
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First aid responders evacuate an injured member of the security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Concepcion, February 28. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

First aid responders evacuate an injured member of the security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Concepcion, February 28. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra

First aid responders evacuate an injured member of the security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Concepcion, February 28. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra
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Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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Demonstrators clash with security forces in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Demonstrators clash with security forces in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Demonstrators clash with security forces in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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People watch as firefighters try to put out a fire at the Violeta Parra Museum during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

People watch as firefighters try to put out a fire at the Violeta Parra Museum during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

People watch as firefighters try to put out a fire at the Violeta Parra Museum during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 28. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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Demonstrators take part in a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

Demonstrators take part in a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

Demonstrators take part in a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio
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A member of the security forces points his gun at a demonstrator during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

A member of the security forces points his gun at a demonstrator during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

A member of the security forces points his gun at a demonstrator during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio
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A demonstrator is detained by a member of security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

A demonstrator is detained by a member of security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

A demonstrator is detained by a member of security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio
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Demonstrators clash with members of security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

Demonstrators clash with members of security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio

Demonstrators clash with members of security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Vina del Mar, February 23. REUTERS/Leandro Torchio
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Members of the security forces are seen in action during a protest against Chile's government in Valparaiso, February 18. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

Members of the security forces are seen in action during a protest against Chile's government in Valparaiso, February 18. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

Members of the security forces are seen in action during a protest against Chile's government in Valparaiso, February 18. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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Flames are seen on a water cannon belonging to security forces after it was hit by a Molotov cocktail during a protest against Chile's government in Valparaiso, February 18. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

Flames are seen on a water cannon belonging to security forces after it was hit by a Molotov cocktail during a protest against Chile's government in Valparaiso, February 18. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

Flames are seen on a water cannon belonging to security forces after it was hit by a Molotov cocktail during a protest against Chile's government in Valparaiso, February 18. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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Demonstrators take part in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

Demonstrators take part in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

Demonstrators take part in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera
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Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

Demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera
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A demonstrator with words painted on her body reading "where are they?" takes part in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

A demonstrator with words painted on her body reading "where are they?" takes part in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

A demonstrator with words painted on her body reading "where are they?" takes part in a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera
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A demonstrator clashes with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

A demonstrator clashes with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

A demonstrator clashes with security forces during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera
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A demonstrator is seen with a slingshot during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

A demonstrator is seen with a slingshot during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

A demonstrator is seen with a slingshot during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, February 18. REUTERS/Carlos Vera
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