Smoldering Fire During Protests Against Chile Police Tactics

(Original Caption) Santiago, Chile: Police use tear gas and a water cannon to disperse a demonstration by some 1650 priests, nuns and pacifists protesting against the use of torture by Chile's Secret Police force. Police said more than 40 people were arrested for questioning and later released.
(Original Caption) Santiago, Chile: Police use tear gas and a water cannon to disperse a demonstration by some 1650 priests, nuns and pacifists protesting against the use of torture by Chile's Secret Police force. Police said more than 40 people were arrested for questioning and later released.
Smoldering Fire During Protests Against Chile Police Tactics
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14 December, 1983
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