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Chilean earthquakes in the O'Higgins Region: photoessay
Chilean earthquakes in the O'Higgins Region: photoessay

The recent string of earthquakes in Chile caused widespread damage to buildings. Wikinews reporter Diego Grez is on-scene and in his second photoessay, he shows us the impact of the earthquake in the O'Higgins Region and takes a look at how people living in the area have reacted to the devastation. [ ± ] - Image credit

6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Chile
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6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Chile

Another earthquake hit Chile on late Monday, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has reported. It occurred at 19:09:43 local time (23:09:43 UTC). The epicenter was located 110 kilometers northwest of Temuco; 132 kilometers southwest of Concepción; 203 kilometers north of Valdivia and 558 kilometers southwest of Santiago. [ ± ] - Image credit

5.9 magnitude earthquake in Pichilemu, Chile revives fears of new tragedy
5.9 magnitude earthquake in Pichilemu, Chile revives fears of new tragedy

Another strong aftershock hit Chile early Sunday morning. The aftershock reached a magnitude of 5.9 with the epicenter located 19 kilometers west of Pichilemu, according to the University of Chile Geological Survey (UCGS). [ ± ] - Image credit

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