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Men take pictures of a burning car during violent protests in Santiago Saturday. Claudio Reyes/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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One of the 54 steerable dishes that make up much of the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in Chile's Atacama Desert. This one is 39 feet in diameter. Kathy Hudson/Hudson Works hide caption

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Chile And Telescopes Are A Match Made In Heaven

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77-year-old Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati has stepped down as archbishop of Santiago, Chile. He is accused of covering up multiple claims of sexual abuse. Alessandra Tarantino/AP hide caption

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Chilean demonstrators light candles during an August vigil in Santiago that protested the sex abuse scandal roiling the Catholic Church. Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bolivian President Evo Morales (center) gave a brief statement Monday after the judgment was delivered on a request by Bolivia for judges to order Chile to enter talks over granting its landlocked neighbor access to the Pacific Ocean. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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Chile's National Prosecutor Jorge Abbott, center, leaves the Apostolic Nunciature after meeting with Archbishop Charles Scicluna in Santiago, Chile. Police raided Roman Catholic Church offices in two Chilean cities Wednesday looking for files related to a long-running sex abuse scandal. Esteban Felix/AP hide caption

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Bishop Juan Barros, long accused of helping to cover up a notorious sex abuse case in the Catholic Church in Chile, has resigned. He's seen here during Pope Francis's visit to Chile in January. Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters hide caption

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Juan Carlos Cruz, a survivor of sexual abuse by a Chilean predator priest, met with Pope Francis recently at the Vatican. Andres Kudacki/AP hide caption

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'Pope Cannot Claim He Was Misinformed': Chilean Abuse Survivor After Vatican Meeting

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Pope Francis is welcomed by Chile's President Michelle Bachelet at La Moneda Presidential Palace in Santiago on Tuesday. The pope landed in Santiago late Monday on his first visit to Chile since becoming pope, and his sixth to Latin America — a trip that will also take him to Peru. Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Activists celebrate outside the Constitutional Court in Santiago, Chile, on Monday. The court approved a measure to ease the country's strict abortion ban by decriminalizing the procedure in certain cases. Claudio Reyes/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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During a march last month in favor of President Michelle Bachelet's bill, a demonstrator displays a handkerchief with an embroidered image of a uterus and the word "free" in Spanish. Esteban Felix/AP hide caption

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