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Santiago, Chile – Just blocks from Santiago’s busy Avenida Matta, dozens of people gathered silently outside the 4th police precinct this past weekend, lighting candles in tribute to Corporal Daniel Palma.

Shot in the head last week while conducting a check on a suspicious vehicle, Palma was the third police…

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