It's been four days since an 8.8-magnitude earthquake struck Chile and since then, the country's military and police force have been tested in some of the hardest hit areas, where there have been reports of curfews, looting, and vigilantes protecting their threatened property. At the same time aid has been arriving from around the world, with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arriving in the capital yesterday.
We speak with Valeria Perasso, a BBC reporter in Concepcion, Chile, one of the cities hardest hit. We also get an update from State Department Spokesman P.J. Crowley on the planned U.S. recovery and aid efforts for Chile.