Chile Decrees New Curfew After More Protests in Santiago

Seven people died during the protests, according to Chilean Interior Minister Andrés Chadwick. By Monday morning, newspaper "El Mercurio" was already reporting ten deaths. The Chilean Prosecutor's Office reported that 1,462 people were arrested throughout Chile.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chilean authorities declared on Sunday, October 20th, a curfew in Chile for the second consecutive day due to the violent demonstrations and looting that took place for three days in the capital, Santiago. The measure became effective at 7 PM and was suspended at 6 AM on Monday, October 21st, as scheduled.

Seven people died during the protests, according to Chilean Interior Minister Andrés Chadwick. Two people died in a supermarket fire . . .

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