Chile unrest: One year since police shooting case

Cry for justice whips up more anger in Chile; demand for action on killing of an indigenous student.

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    Protesters in Chile have clashed with security forces - this time to mark a year since an indigenous man was shot dead by police.

    After four weeks of demonstrations, the Chilean government is meeting into the night, trying to negotiate reforms that will finally appease demonstrators.

    Their main focus: A new constitution.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Santiago.


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