Chilean prosecutor’s office has opened a total of 2,670 criminal investigations on human rights violations committed by security forces during the protests against the country’s President Sebastian Pinera.

The actions were recorded between Oct. 18, when social protests began, and Nov. 10 and affected 2,242 adults, including 525 women, and 442 children or adolescents, the office stated in a press release on Tuesday.

Among the total number of victims, 13 have been identified as Mapuche, an indigenous population in Chile, while another 41 were foreigners, it said.

“According to the information provided by the victims at the time of

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