In Chile, around a thousand women have taken to the streets in the capital Santiago to demand justice for those killed in social unrest triggered by proposed economic reforms. The government says it will now scrap a controversial plan to cut corporate taxes. But demonstrations are continuing, with more violent clashes between police and protesters. The unrest is fueled by a deep sense of anger over inequality in the Latin American nation, where billionaire President Sebastian Pinera has become a symbolic target.
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