More Than 200 People Lost Their Sight in Chile’s Protests

Victims were shot with rubber or lead bullets by police officers during the demonstrations which began less than a month ago. The government says it will pay for the treatment of those who have suffered 'political violence'.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile's main medical association announced on Thursday, November 14th, that at least 230 people lost their sight, partially or completely, due to air rifle shots fired by state security officers during protests in the South American country.

Out of these 230 people, at least 50 will need prosthetic . . .

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