SANTIAGO: Protests in Chile have spilled over into a brand new day even after the president cancelled a subway fare hike that prompted huge and violent demonstrations.
The governor of the Santiago area says three individuals died in a fireplace at a looted grocery store early Sunday. It is one of 60 Walmart-owned shops which were vandalized and the corporate says many shops aren’t opening.
Not less than two airways have cancelled flights into the capital.
President Sebastian Pinera introduced Saturday night time he was cancelling a subway fare hike imposed two weeks in the past. It had led to main protests that included rioting that induced hundreds of thousands of {dollars} in injury to vandalized subway stops, workplace buildings and shops.
A state of emergency and curfew stays in impact for six Chilean cities.



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