Chile protests: Five dead after looters set fire to factory
The military and police used tear gas against protesters and a curfew was imposed
In Chile, five people have died after looters set fire to a garment factory near the capital, Santiago. It brings the total killed in the protests to at least seven. The protests started over an increase in metro fares, which has now been suspended. But they've widened to be about living costs and inequality.
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(Photo: Protest against President Sebastian Piñera in Santiago, Chile. Credit: Marcelo Hernandez/Getty Images)