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Chilean gets life over murder of gay man Daniel Zamudio

29 October 2013 Last updated at 16:19 GMT

A man in Chile has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a gay man who was brutally attacked in a park in Santiago in March 2012.

Three other men have been jailed for between seven and 15 years.

Daniel Zamudio, 24, was beaten unconscious, burned with cigarettes and had swastikas carved into his skin. He died of his injuries three weeks later.

Bruno Garcez reports.

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