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Ataki bombowe i podpalenia kościołów w Chile (27)

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Chilean Investigative Police, PDI, inspect a helicopter burned at the Arauco Forestry company in Caranilahue, Temuco, Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. Three helicopters were attacked by unidentified people who left behind pamphlets from the organization Coordinator Arauco Malleco, CAM, demanding autonomy for the indigenous Mapuche people, hours before Pope Francis celebrated a Mass in this city. (Manuel Araneda, Aton Chile via AP)
CHILE OUT - NO USAR EN CHILE
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A man leans on a burnt cross amid the rubble of a chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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People stand amid the rubble of a burnt out chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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People stand amid the rubble of a burnt out chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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A religious figure is pictured amid the rubble of a burnt out chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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People stand amid the rubble of a burnt out chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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A man operates a bulldozer to clear the rubble of a burnt out chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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Aerial view of the rubble of a burnt out chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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People stand amid the rubble of a burnt out chapel, which was attacked with an incendiary device in Cunco, Araucania region, Chile on January 16, 2018. Three new attacks against churches in Santiago and the Araucania (south) were reported on Tuesday during Pope Francisco's visit to Chile. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
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A church employee walks past a door damaged in an overnight firebomb attack at the Santa Isabel de Hungria Catholic Church, in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Three churches were attacked with fire bombs in Santiago overnight, dropping leaflets at the scene against the upcoming visit of Pope Francis, and calling for a "free" Mapuche nation. Nobody was injured or arrested. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A woman holds up a leaflet left in an overnight fire bomb attack at the Emmanuel Catholic Church, in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Three churches were attacked with fire bombs in Santiago overnight, dropping leaflets at the scene against the upcoming visit of Pope Francis, and calling for a "free" Mapuche nation. Nobody was injured or arrested. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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Deputy Interior Secretary Aleuy Mahmud, center, exits the Santa Isabel de Hungria Catholic Church, past a door damaged in an overnight fire bomb attack, in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Three churches were attacked with fire bombs in Santiago overnight with leaflets dropped at the scene against the upcoming visit of Pope Francis, and calling for a "free" Mapuche nation. Nobody was injured or arrested. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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Deputy Interior Secretary Aleuy Mahmud exits the Santa Isabel de Hungria Catholic Church, past a door damaged in an overnight fire bomb attack, in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Three churches were attacked with fire bombs in Santiago overnight with leaflets dropped at the scene against the upcoming visit of Pope Francis, and calling for a "free" Mapuche nation. Nobody was injured or arrested. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A church employee surveys the damage caused by an overnight fire bomb attack at the Emmanuel Catholic Church, in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. Three churches were attacked with fire bombs in Santiago overnight, dropping leaflets at the scene against the upcoming visit of Pope Francis, and calling for a "free" Mapuche nation. Nobody was injured or arrested. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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Outside view of Santa Isabel de Hungria church in Santiago, where an attack with an incendiary device occured and a threating message against the pontiff was placed on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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View of the burnt door of Santa Isabel de Hungria church in Santiago, where an attack with an incendiary device occured and a threating message against the pontiff was placed on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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View of the burnt door of Santa Isabel de Hungria church in Santiago, where an attack with an incendiary device occured and a threating message against the pontiff was placed on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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Outside view of Santa Isabel de Hungria church in Santiago, where an attack with an incendiary device occured and a threating message against the pontiff was placed on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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Police personnel work in the scene where an attack with an incendiary device occured and a threating message against the pontiff was placed at the Santa Isabel de Hungria church in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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Police personnel work in the scene where an attack with an incendiary device occured and a threating message against the pontiff was placed at the Santa Isabel de Hungria church in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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Police personnel work in the scene where an attack with an incendiary device occured and a threating message against the pontiff was placed at the Santa Isabel de Hungria church in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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Police personnel work in the scene where a bomb alert occured and a graffiti against the pontiff was written at the Poor Christ Sanctuary in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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Police personnel work in the scene where a bomb alert occured and a graffiti against the pontiff was written at the Poor Christ Sanctuary in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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Police personnel work in the scene where a bomb alert occured and a graffiti against the pontiff was written at the Poor Christ Sanctuary in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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A police officer stands guard in the scene where a bomb alert occured and a graffiti against the pontiff was written at the Poor Christ Sanctuary in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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A police officer stands guard in the scene where a bomb alert occured and a graffiti against the pontiff was written at the Poor Christ Sanctuary in Santiago on January 12, 2018 ahead of Pope Francis upcoming visit to Chile. Three Catholic churches were attacked early Friday morning in Santiago a few days before Pope Francis arrives in the country from January 15 to 18. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VERA
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FILE - In this June 9, 2016 photo, a group of masked men stand destroy a crucifixion of Jesus Christ after they removed it from a Catholic church, in Santiago, Chile. The Vatican agreed to the Jan. 15-18 Chile papal visit knowing well that the local church had lost much of the moral authority it earned during the Pinochet dictatorship. But now, the Catholic Church has been largely marginalized, criticized as out-of-touch with today's secular Chile and discredited by its botched handling of a notorious pedophile priest. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez, File)
JUNE 9, 2016 PHOTO

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