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Thousands of students have marched in the streets of the Chilean capital after talks between their representatives and government officials failed to meet students' demands.
Several people, including reporters, were injured in Thursday's march after police tried to disperse the protesters in Santiago's Plaza Italia using water cannons and tear gas.
Camila Vallejo, the spokeswoman for leaders of students at 25 state universities, called the violence unprecedented, even after five months of confrontations between students and police
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