Chile to remember indigenous victims of dictatorship

Many activists vanished during the 1970s and their remains were never found.

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    Chile is due to open its first memorial to the members of the Mapuche indigenous minority, killed during the country's period of military dictatorship.

    Many activists vanished during the 1970s and their remains were never found.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Temuco in central Chile.


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