Jose Allard Serrano

Professor, Catholic University of Chile

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Graphic designer and professor at the Catholic University of Chile in Santiago

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The death toll in Chile's  earthquake  is well over 700 and rising.  As rescuers search for survivors in Concepcion, police have now been joined by soldiers to crack down on looters.

Aftermath of Magnitude-8.8 Earthquake in Chile

The death toll in Chile's earthquake is well over 700 and rising.  As rescuers search for survivors in Concepcion, police have now been joined by soldiers to crack down on looters.

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