Chile looting, arson take heavy toll

Continuing social upheaval in Chile is taking a heavy toll on private and public property, including a shopping hall in Santiago which was burned down on Thursday night.

    The continuing social upheaval in Chile is taking a heavy toll on private and public property, including a shopping hall in the capital Santiago which was burned down on Thursday night. While most protesters are peaceful, many still resort to looting and arson.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman looks at what is motivating the rage and how some justify the violence.


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