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Chile: 29 Trucks Sabotaged Amid Conflict Between Mapuche and Logging Corporations

HeadlineAug 29, 2017

In Chile, more than two dozen logging trucks were hijacked and burned in southern Chile Monday, amid ongoing conflicts between the indigenous Mapuche people and multimillion-dollar logging corporations that are encroaching on their lands. A Mapuche group called “the Struggle in Rebellious Territory” claimed responsibility for the sabotage attack. The company reported $6 million in damages.

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