"For Chile's largest indigenous group, the Mapuches, this is the latest chapter in a 500 year conflict for control of their ancestral land.
"In the late 1800's, the Chilean state took away most of it and gave it to Chilean and European farmers, plunging the Mapuche's into poverty until this day. Now younger, more radical Mapuche's are taking up arms to expel forestry companies and large land owners.
"Highways are no longer safe. Countless agricultural equipment has been destroyed. While Mapuche communities take over land.
"A Chilean farmer was the latest to die after his house was set ablaze by an armed group."
This was how AJ reported it.
Chile has declared a state of emergency.