Chile cancels UN climate summit as protests continue
The president says the country needs "to prioritise re-establishing public order"
The Chilean President Sebastián Piñera has pulled out of hosting a major United Nations climate change conference as anti-government protests continue in the country. He said his government needed "to prioritise re-establishing public order". Chile has also pulled out of hosting next month's Apec summit. Our reporter brings you more.
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(Photo: Chilean President Sebastian Pinera addresses the nation in Santiago on October 26. Credit: Pedro Lopez/AFP via Getty Images)