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Chileans take to the streets to demand release of prisoners arrested during protests

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Santiago, Dec 11 (EFE).- Hundreds of Chileans occupied this capital's Plaza Italia square on Friday for demonstrations demanding the country's government to release prisoners who have been detained during protests. SHOT LIST: ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTEST ON DEC. 11 IN SANTIAGO, CHILE.

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