Chile Troops Tackle Quake Looters -- BBC
The Chilean military is attempting to restore order in the country's second city, Concepcion, amid looting after Saturday's devastating earthquake.
Troops have fired tear gas at looters attempting to flee with food and other goods from wrecked stores.
A dusk-to-dawn curfew is in force in the city, where a major rescue effort is under way.
President Michelle Bachelet has called for international help, and said the death toll of 708 was likely to rise.
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