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Tonight in Chile we're following the relief efforts and riot control following Saturday's massive earthquake. Soledad O'Brien will be reporting from Concepcion, the country's second-largest city. That's where she says looters are leaving the biggest aftershocks. Crowds of people, young and old, are breaking into stores taking whatever they can get their hands on: Appliances, cell phones, clothes and food.
At one point Soledad saw a military truck with a water hose zero in on a crowd, while soldiers on the ground with guns did nothing to stop the looters.
Many people are calling on the military to step up security.
"We don't want to spend one more night in the darkness and in fear," Jacqueline Van Rysselberge told CNN Chile, our partner network in the country. "We are no longer hungry, we are so scared."
Amid the looting is a scene of death. More than 700 bodies have been recovered. Officials fear the death toll will climb.
But it's a much different scene in the capital. Electricity and water is restored in Santiago and about 90 percent of the city's stores are back open.
As part of our coverage tonight we're also going to look at which American cities face the biggest threat of a massive earthquake, like what hit Chile and Haiti. Yes, Los Angeles is on the list. But can you guess which other big city could face the "big one"?
We also have the raw politics from Capitol Hill where one senator put 2,000 people out of work today and could keep millions from receiving unemployment benefits. That one senator is Kentucky's Jim Bunning (R) and he's refusing to answer questions about why.
We also have new details on the mysterious assassination of a Hamas leader in Dubai. Sources close to the investigation tell CNN Mahmoud al Mabhouh was suffocated after he was drugged. They also say there are now 27 suspects linked to the murder. Many of them were caught on a hotel surveillance camera. Dubai officials insist the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad, carried out the attack.
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