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Deadly protests turn romantic in Chile

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Couples take part in the World Kiss Marathon for Education at a square in Santiago, Chile, on Sept. 1, 2011. The students are demanding better education opportunities in their country.

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A policeman watches as couples take part in the World Kiss Marathon for Education at a square in Santiago, Chile on Sept. 1, 2011.

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A student pastes a poster of killed Chilean student Manuel Gutierrez, reading "When one falls, thousands raise," on a tree in front of Chile's Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina on September 1, 2011. Chilean students demonstrated in demand of free education and in honour to Manuel Gutierrez, killed by the police during clashes in Santiago on August 25.

It looks like the student protesters are taking a different tack after violent protests resulted in the death of one of their own.

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