RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Following the latest violence in Carahue, a town located in the so-called red zone of violence in Chile, in the southern Araucanía region, officials of the Chilean Ministry of the Interior announced that this week they would evaluate the extension of the State of Constitutional Exception that has been in effect since October 12.
Minister Rodrigo Delgado stated that the new arson attack, which destroyed at least ten houses, a warehouse and five trucks and two vans, "only ratifies the reason for our decision at the time to request a State of Constitutional Exception . . .
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