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30 Dec 2019
Chileans demonstrate against President Sebastian PiƱera's government in what they called "The last march of the year". The demonstration was not authorized and protesters were dispersed with water tanks and tear gas.
27 Nov 2019
Human Rights Watch has accused Chilean police of perpetrating "serious human rights violations" during civilian protests. President Sebastian Pinera wants troops to protect infrastructure and "free up" police.
17 Nov 2019
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera announced that he will introduce measures "to strengthen public order" following weeks of anti-government protests in the country. Rioters and looters will be targeted by the new rules.
14 Nov 2019
Thousands gather at Plaza Italia in Santiago as mass street demonstrations continue, demanding the resignation of President Sebastian Pinera and greater social reform.
10 Nov 2019
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera says he will not resign in the face of deadly protests over inequality and social conditions that have entered the third week.
3 Nov 2019
A general strike went ahead in Chile, despite President Sebastian Pinera announcing a social reforms package aimed at quelling the protests. Students, copper workers, teachers and healthcare workers joined the march.
2 Nov 2019
In an attempt to ease weeklong protests, Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has said there will be a Cabinet reshuffle. Chileans are protesting the economic situation in their country.
26 Oct 2019
Chile's President Sebastian Pinera said the country is at war after three days of rioting and protests.

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