Six years after quake: What you need to know about the quake in Chile

The first quake hit on July 8, 2012 and lasted nearly four months, triggering a tsunami that killed at least 100,000 people.

The next one, on October 7, was much larger and had a greater destructive force.

Both were felt in parts of the country that are home to millions of people.

It is not known if there will be another quake like this one in the future.

Here are the latest developments.

What we know so far about the 2011 earthquake in Chile?

Chile has a population of more than 100 million.

The country’s population has been growing at a slow rate for several years now, but it is not clear if the country will reach its 2020 population of about 110 million by the time the 2020 census is conducted.

The last census was conducted in 2020, and it found that the country’s total population stood at around 140 million.

It was the first time in decades that Chile was able to break that record.

The population was higher than before the 2011 quake.

But the number of people living below the poverty line has risen in recent years, as has the poverty rate.

The median household income was $12,847 in 2020.

The number of households with children below the age of 5 was around 60 percent, compared to 35 percent in 2010.

And there were fewer deaths among those with the least money, as the country had the largest number of deaths among people below the minimum wage.

In terms of its economic and social situation, Chile has seen some of the worst levels of economic decline since the 1930s.

The average annual growth rate in the last 10 years has been 1.5 percent, which has put the country in the bottom half of OECD countries.

The unemployment rate stands at around 9 percent, while Chileans have lost around two million jobs since the recession began in 2009.

The economy grew by just 0.1 percent in 2020 compared to 10.3 percent in 2011.

The rate of inflation has fallen to less than 4 percent a year in the past two years.

Unemployment in Chile stands at nearly 16 percent, down from 24 percent in 2015, according to the OECD.

How many people were killed in Chile’s earthquake?

According to the Chile Earthquake Observatory, more than 50,000 were killed and over 3,300 people were injured in the earthquake.

Of the 1,300 killed, only 14 were foreigners, and the majority were women.

Nearly 4,000 suffered life-threatening injuries, with most from the earthquake, and more than a dozen were killed from smoke inhalation.

What happened in Chile after the 2011 disaster?

The first tsunami struck in the early hours of July 8.

The second was felt for almost three weeks.

About three months later, on August 3, 2011, the country experienced another earthquake.

That one hit at 12:17 p.m. local time, about 4.5 kilometers (2.5 miles) from the epicenter of the 2011 event.

The first wave of the earthquake was centered at a depth of about 11 meters (35 feet).

The second wave hit at a lower depth, around 12 meters (37 feet), according to a preliminary report from the Chilean National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology.

The report said the magnitude of the quake was about 2.5, and that it was not a major aftershock, as it did not cause a tsunami.

The earthquake caused a tsunami, which reached a depth greater than 6 meters (20 feet).

This was a large tsunami, as Chile was still under the effects of the 2010 earthquake, which caused an estimated $15 billion (10.7 billion euros) in damage to the country.

What are the next earthquakes?

Chile’s new government will be elected on September 15.

President Michelle Bachelet, who has been in office for just over a year, is the countrys first female head of state.

There is currently no official news on when she might be sworn in.

What other countries are experiencing earthquakes?

The U.S. and other countries have seen several large earthquakes over the past decade.

The most recent earthquake in the U.K. hit in December 2017, which killed at first responders at a major London Underground station and caused some damage.

There were also a series of earthquakes in South Africa in 2017, with one causing a tsunami and one causing widespread damage.

More than 1,000 deaths have been reported in Mexico and Peru in 2017 alone, according, to the Associated Press.

In Japan, more people died in the April 2017 earthquake, but there were no tsunamis.

There have been three major earthquakes in Japan in the year 2017, including a magnitude 7.4 earthquake in April.

The third quake in Japan was a magnitude 5.2 quake on April 23, 2017.

What is the outlook for Chile?

The economic situation in Chile has been good over the last few years.

According to a report from Chile’s Central Bank, the GDP per capita in 2020 stood at $12.3, the same