Dozens of protesters in Quilpué marched to demand the abolition of the police in Chile after the police murder of a Panguipulli street juggler and the death of another man inside a police station. Demonstrators placed barricades to block traffic and occupied the city’s main intersection, disrupting activity on a day of national mobilization.
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