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Two Chilean men yell slogans against former leader Gen. Augusto Pinochet while holding onto pictures of people allegedly disappeared during the dictatorship.


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1,469: Chilean President Gabriel Boric has enacted a national search plan to find the remains of 1,469 people who disappeared (and became known as desaparecidos) during the dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet. This comes as the country marks 50 years since the coup that led to Pinochet’s 16-year dictatorship. So far, the remains of just 307 bodies have been found.

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