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在阿根廷17个省暴力事件中至少有八人死亡

At least eight people have been killed during violence in 17 provinces of Argentina, sparked by a police strike that began six days ago, local media reported on Tuesday.

More than 150 people have been injured, some seriously, and about 300 people have been arrested for looting and vandalism, reports said. Riots began after police, demanding a salary increase and improved working conditions, went on strike.

The most tense situation occurred in the provinces of Tucuman, Jujuy, Santa Fe and Chaco, Buenos Aires television channel TN said. Police had not restored security in the four provinces, and in Tucuman and Jujuy sporadic shootings happened between looters, shopkeepers and police, it added.

"The Argentine people love peace and harmony. Therefore, this kind of protests that go way beyond of what is expected should be rejected by everyone," Jorge Capitanich, Argentina's chief of the cabinet of ministers, told a press conference.

Police officers in 17 provinces held protests "carrying guns with a clear intention to blackmail and put pressure on the provincial governments," he added.

He warned, "Demands should not be met through violence."

Lack of police surveillance enticed mobs in several Argentine provinces to loot supermarkets, stores and houses, though some provinces, including San Juan and Cordoba -- where unrest first erupted -- agreed deals to raise pay to defuse the tension.
 

翻译世界:据阿根廷当地媒体周二报道,全国性的警察罢工已经引发了17个省发生暴力事件,至少造成8人死亡,超过150人受伤,大约300人涉嫌抢劫和破坏。这个数字还会继续上升,据阿根廷一名政府人士透露,现在还有四个省的警察未上岗。

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