A team of international experts has concluded that the former president of Chile, Salvador Allende, killed himself during the 1973 military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet.
A detailed report was released two months after Mr Allende’s body was exhumed as part of an inquiry into his death.
Mr Allende’s family has always accepted the official version.
But some of his supporters suspected he had been killed by soldiers.
Allende, who was 65, died in La Moneda presidential palace on 11 September 1973 as it was being bombed by air force jets and attacked by tanks.