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Carmen Gloria Quintana (in green), who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 with Rodrigo Rojas (on poster), a 19-year-old U.S. student, who died, attends a rally to claim justice in Santiago

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  • A silhouette of a man is projected on a flag during a rally against what rally participants say is an explosion in crime
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    • A silhouette of a man is projected on a flag during a rally against what rally participants say is an explosion in crime
  • A silhouette of a man is projected on a flag during a rally against what rally participants say is an explosion in crime
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    • A silhouette of a man is projected on a flag during a rally against what rally participants say is an explosion in crime
  • A woman holds up a placard during a rally in Santiago
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    • A woman holds up a placard during a rally in Santiago
  • Demonstrators beat cooking utensils during a rally against what they say is an explosion in crime
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    • Demonstrators beat cooking utensils during a rally against what they say is an explosion in crime
  • A child holds up a placard during a rally in Santiago
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    • A child holds up a placard during a rally in Santiago
  • A woman beats cooking utensils during a rally against what rally participants say is an explosion in crime
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    • A woman beats cooking utensils during a rally against what rally participants say is an explosion in crime
  • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, and Ugas, executive secretary of the Human Rights Program, deliver a news conference at Santiago
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    • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, and Ugas, executive secretary of the Human Rights Program, deliver a news conference at Santiago
  • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, delivers a news conference at the Human Rights Program office in Santiago
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    • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, delivers a news conference at the Human Rights Program office in Santiago
  • An operator monitors a train where copper cathodes are loaded for shipping to a port, at the Chuquicamata mine
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    • An operator monitors a train where copper cathodes are loaded for shipping to a port, at the Chuquicamata mine
  • A loaded mining truck travels along a road at Chile's Chuquicamata copper mine near Calama city
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    • A loaded mining truck travels along a road at Chile's Chuquicamata copper mine near Calama city
  • A general view shows Chile's Chuquicamata copper mine near Calama city
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    • A general view shows Chile's Chuquicamata copper mine near Calama city
  • A mining truck travels along a road at Chile's Chuquicamata copper mine near Calama city
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    • A mining truck travels along a road at Chile's Chuquicamata copper mine near Calama city
  • A poster of Rodrigo Rojas, a 19-year-old U.S. student who was killed during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, hangs from a wall during a rally to claim justice in Santiago
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    • A poster of Rodrigo Rojas, a 19-year-old U.S. student who was killed during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, hangs from a wall during a rally to claim justice in Santiago
  • Carmen Gloria Quintana (in green), who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 with Rodrigo Rojas (on poster), a 19-year-old U.S. student, who died, attends a rally to claim justice in Santiago
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    • Carmen Gloria Quintana (in green), who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 with Rodrigo Rojas (on poster), a 19-year-old U.S. student, who died, attends a rally to claim justice in Santiago
  • Carmen Gloria Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 with U.S. citizen Rodrigo Rojas (pictured R), a 19-year-old U.S. student, who died, attends a rally to claim justice in Santiago
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    • Carmen Gloria Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 with U.S. citizen Rodrigo Rojas (pictured R), a 19-year-old U.S. student, who died, attends a rally to claim justice in Santiago
  • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 with U.S. citizen Rojas attends during a rally to claim justice
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    • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 with U.S. citizen Rojas attends during a rally to claim justice
  • A man looks at a wall, which includes pictures of U.S. citizen Rodrigo Rojas (C, top), a 19-year-old U.S. student who was killed during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, during a rally to claim justice in Santiago
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    • A man looks at a wall, which includes pictures of U.S. citizen Rodrigo Rojas (C, top), a 19-year-old U.S. student who was killed during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, during a rally to claim justice in Santiago
  • A woman touches a printed poster of U.S. citizen Rodrigo Rojas Denegri who was burned alive during a Santiago labor strike in 1986
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    • A woman touches a printed poster of U.S. citizen Rodrigo Rojas Denegri who was burned alive during a Santiago labor strike in 1986
  • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, talks to the media with Senate President Walker in Santiago
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    • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, talks to the media with Senate President Walker in Santiago
  • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, is reflected on a table as she meets the media with Senate President Walker in Santiago
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    • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986, is reflected on a table as she meets the media with Senate President Walker in Santiago
  • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 arrives to meet Senate President Walker in Santiago
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    • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 arrives to meet Senate President Walker in Santiago
  • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 meets Senate President Walker
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    • Quintana, who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 meets Senate President Walker
  • Quintana who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 meets with Senate President Walker in Santiago
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    • Quintana who suffered serious injuries when she was set on fire during a Santiago labor strike in 1986 meets with Senate President Walker in Santiago
  • A ball is seen next to a flag that reads "National Indigenous Organization of Colombia" during the Copa Americana of Indigenous People final soccer match against Paraguay at a Stadium in Santiago
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    • A ball is seen next to a flag that reads "National Indigenous Organization of Colombia" during the Copa Americana of Indigenous People final soccer match against Paraguay at a Stadium in Santiago
  • A man uses his mobile phone as a player of Colombia kicks the ball during the Copa Americana of Indigenous People final soccer match against Paraguay at a Stadium in Santiago
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    • A man uses his mobile phone as a player of Colombia kicks the ball during the Copa Americana of Indigenous People final soccer match against Paraguay at a Stadium in Santiago

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