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Militant indigenous uprising in Chile tests new left-wing leader

ANGOL, Chile — Mauro Aguilar was maneuvering his truck around a bend en route for a shipment of pine logs when gunfire tore through his cabin, shattering his jaw.

“Within seconds the road was filled with camouflaged fighters all firing at the truck with their faces covered, with helmets, bulletproof vests and heavy weapons,” Mr. Aguilar said, recalling how he stalked. stopped and coughed teeth and blood into his shaking hands this January. daytime.


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