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Many businesses and shops are still closed after the February earthquake in Chile.

In the Chilean town of Curepto, all is void and emptiness. The picturesque rural town was flattened by the 8.8-earthquake in February and almost all its stores are still closed — including its two beauty parlors. Read more»

Collapsed buildings in Concepcion, Chile.

About 3,000 Chilean troops now have a tight hold on the center of the country's second-largest city, located 70 miles from the epicenter of Saturday's earthquake that devastated much of central Chile. Read more» 1

Chilean troops patrol Concepcion, March 1.

Three days after the quake, there's looting and hoarding on Chile's streets as residents wait for basic necessities to be restored. Read more»

Earthquake damage to downtown Santiago.

SANTIAGO, Chile — Much of Chile awoke to a living nightmare early Saturday morning as a magnitude 8.8 earthquake struck the central part of the country, leveling bridges, flattening homes and killing at least 150 people. Read more»