Violence continues in southern Chile: a group of hooded men destroyed 27 properties

The attacks, according to the coordinator of the South Macrozone, Pablo Urquízar, have been motivated by the debate planned for this Tuesday of the extension of the state of emergency in the Senate, after it was approved this Monday in the House of Representatives.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A group of hooded men led an attack during the early hours of Tuesday morning in the vicinity of Lake Lanalhue, in the Chilean region of Bío Bío, which has left at least 27 properties destroyed, something that the authorities have already criticized as "the action of violent groups that attack and threaten innocent people".

Those responsible for the arson attacks have also made death threats against those at the site. They also fired shots and cut down trees on various routes to prevent security forces from accessing the site. Inhabitants of the area . . .

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