Chile quake victims criticise aid

Many in the town of Constitucion are still homeless two months after earthquake.

    It has been more than two months since Chile was hit by one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded.

    The 8.8 magnitude quake and the tsunami that followed killed hundreds of people, and left thousands more homeless.

    In the fishing town of Constitucion, which was especially hard hit, residents have criticise the government's relief effort for being slow and limited.

    Al Jazeera's Roger Wilkinson reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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