PBS NewsHour: Chile Reels from Quake Aftershocks as Troops Crack Down on Looting

March 1, 2010

More than 700 people are dead after one of the most powerful earthquakes in more than a century hit Chile on Saturday. Since then, troops and police have cracked down on curfew violations in an effort to stop violence and looting. Gwen Ifill speaks with GlobalPost's Pascale Bonnefoy in Santiago for more.

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