Assassination won't alter recent initiatives in Chile

Chile's military government said the machine-gun killing of Santiago's chief administrator would not affect recent moves aimed at liberalizing the country's politics.

The Santiago governor, Maj. Gen. Carol Urzua; his driver; and his escort were killed Tuesday by six unidentified gunmen.

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