Ricardo Gonzalez pours water on his head and also on of her 8-month old daughter Keyla at their home at San Pablo shanty town in Santiago, Chile, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013. At right is Gonzalez's son, Antonio, 3. European, Latin American and Caribbean leaders gathering for this weekend’s economic summit will likely see only one side of Chile _ the polished, upscale country where tourists and investors stay in five-star hotels in a sparklingly clean financial district nicknamed “Sanhattan,” well away from Santiago's slums. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

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Ricardo Gonzalez pours water on his head and also on of her 8-month old daughter Keyla at their home at San Pablo shanty town in Santiago, Chile, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013. At right is Gonzalez's son, Antonio, 3. European, Latin American and Caribbean leaders gathering for this weekend’s economic summit will likely see only one side of Chile _ the polished, upscale country where tourists and investors stay in five-star hotels in a sparklingly clean financial district nicknamed “Sanhattan,” well away from Santiago's slums. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)
Ricardo Gonzalez pours water on his head and also on of her 8-month old daughter Keyla at their home at San Pablo shanty town in Santiago, Chile, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013. At right is Gonzalez's son, Antonio, 3. European, Latin American and Caribbean leaders gathering for this weekend’s economic summit will likely see only one side of Chile _ the polished, upscale country where tourists and investors stay in five-star hotels in a sparklingly clean financial district nicknamed “Sanhattan,” well away from Santiago's slums. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)
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