In pictures: Chile earthquake

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Santiago

The true scale of the damage in Chile following Saturday's massive earthquake is only beginning to become clear. See gallery

Vehicles sit on a destroyed motorway in Santiago.

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Concepcion

Residents look at a collapsed building in Concepcion.

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Santiago

Vehicles that were driving along a highway that collapsed near Santiago are seen overturned on the asphalt.

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Talca

A resident walks past a destroyed car on a street of Talca.

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Santiago

An overturned vehicle sits amidst rubble of a collapsed elevated highway in Santiago.

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Concepcion

Residents look at a destroyed road in Concepcion.

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Santiago

A man looks at a collapsed road in Santiago.

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Concepcion

A man rides his bicycle along a destroyed building in Concepcion.

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Santiago

Cars are seen overturned and stuck at a collapsed road in northern Santiago.

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Talca

A resident sits next to a destroyed building in downtown Talca.

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Talca

A resident looks at a destroyed building in downtown Talca, Chile.

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Camarico

A collapsed bridge over the Claro river is seen near the town of Camarico, Chile, some 112 miles south of Santiago.

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Concepcion

Police officers stand guard to prevent looting, as people look on in front of a supermarket in Concepcion.

 
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Pelluhue

A flooded area is seen after the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Pelluhue.

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Pelluhue

A man holds up a Chilean flag in a flooded area after the earthquake in Pelluhue.

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Concepcion

People carry goods during looting in Concepcion, tear gas fired by police can be seen in the background.

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Concepcion

People look at a collapsed building and rescue efforts in Concepcion.

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Japan

Seawater moves upward (from bottom to top) in the mouth of the Kamo River that flows into the Pacific Ocean at Kamogawa in Chiba prefecture, near Tokyo.

The tsunami from Chile's deadly earthquake hit Japan's main islands and the shores of Russia on Sunday, but the smaller-than-expected waves prompted the lifting of a Pacific-wide alert. Hawaii and other Pacific islands were also spared.

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Curanipe

People survey a destroyed house after an earthquake in Curanipe, about 241 miles, southwest Santiago.

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Pelluhue

A vehicle sits on the rubble of a house after the earthquake and tsunami in Pelluhue, which is about 200 miles, southwest of Santiago.

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Talcahuano

People afraid of a tsunami, camp in the hills close to Talcahuano, southern Chile.

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Pelluhue

Rosa Neira, 36, stands in front of a damaged house after the earthquake in Chile.