The death toll in Chile's protests climbed to 20 and the number of injured stood at 400 during the state of emergency, the country's home ministry has said. The ministry on Tuesday said that hundreds of police officers and members of the armed forces were also injured during the protests. About 455 police cars, 49 subway stations and 26 buses from the public transport system were damaged by the protesters. During the curfew, over 7,000 people were detained and 2,000 imprisoned. On Monday, Chilean President Sebastian Pinera replaced eight ministers in response to the anti-government protests.