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Chile: Hundreds march in Santiago to demand Indigenous people rights

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Hundreds of Chileans, including indigenous Mapuche people, march in Santiago, Chile, and clash with police during a protest to demand the rights of Chile's Indigenous peoples. IMAGES

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