Thousands of people in Santiago have attended the reburial of popular Chilean singer Victor Jara – 36 years after he was killed in the aftermath of a military coup.
Many sang the folk songs that made Victor Jara a national icon. He was one of more than 3,000 victims of Gen Augusto Pinochet's military regime of 1973-1990.
Street performers also joined the funeral procession as it wound through the city streets to a cemetery.
For many Chileans Victor Jara has become one of the symbols of the resistance against the junta.
The singer’s body was exhumed in June to clarify the circumstance of his death. It was established that he had been tortured and shot more than 30 times.
Jara's British-born wife Joan told the mourners that the family now hoped the identity of the people who gave the order to kill him would become known.
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