More than 70 are dead in Italy, and nearly 100 pagodas in an ancient city in Myanmar have fallen due to back-to-back earthquakes.
The government is giving its 18-year-olds a good reason to enjoy the country's culture.
News operations bounced from presidential campaigning and rescue efforts after a deadly earthquake in central Italy, to word of people trapped inside American University of Afghanistan, in Kabul after reports of gunfire and blasts. Some...Show More Summary
Earthquake Rips Through Italy, Killing At Least 73 People Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of central Italy today after a massive earthquake caused major damage across several towns and the death toll continues to rise. According
It has been a tragic day for Italy, where after last night's M6.2 earthquake, at least 84 people are now confirmed dead, and thousands have been left homeless. As we reported earlier, the quake struck in the early hours of the morning...Show More Summary
At least 84 people were killed in an earthquake that struck a mountainous range in central Italy in the early hours of Wednesday, officials said.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake nearly 100 miles northeast of Rome has left at least 73 people dead and dozens more injured. The mayor of one town, Amatrice, said at least half of his town was destroyed.
In the early hours of Wednesday morning, a devastating 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck Central Italy, killing dozens and reportedly leaving many more trapped in the rubble. While rescue and recovery efforts are still underway, the Italian...Show More Summary
Aerial footage taken on August 23 confirmed the theory that the Italian island of Sardinia in fact could be the new lost Atlantis, La Stampa reported.
Multiple organizations and institutions have asked people to temporarily remove passwords from their WiFi after the strong earthquake that struck central Italy early Wednesday, leaving dozens dead. SEE ALSO: This photo shows the level...Show More Summary
An earthquake of 6.2 magnitude struck central Italy in the middle of the night, destroying half of a town and claimed at least 73 lives. The quake's epicenter was 100 miles northeast of Rome at an extremely shallow depth of six miles. Show More Summary
The earth underneath Italy's Apennine Mountains is a spider web of fault lines.
A shallow fault and the presence of centuries-old, unreinforced masonry buildings combined to produce widespread, deadly destruction.
The two powerful earthquakes that hit Italy and Myanmar Wednesday were in no way related, experts say.
corpidicarta: A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck central Italy last night (01:36 GMT) leaving at least 38 people dead and 150 missing. To my Italian followers (since I don’t know whether you can donate from abroad). In order to donate...Show More Summary
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit Norcia in central Italy early this morning, followed by some 40 more aftershocks over the course of three hours. The quakes affected towns throughout the Umbria, Lazio, and Marche regions. Italian wire service ANSA is currently reporting 73 dead. Read more...
"There are houses that aren't here anymore.,” the mayor of Amatrice says after a 6.2-magnitude quake struck the area.
At least 73 people are dead in a 6.2 earthquake in central Italy on Wednesday morning. Prayers for Amatrice, Italy... The post At Least 73 Dead in Devastating 6.2 Earthquake in Central Italy (Photos) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The town of Amatrice — one of the areas hit by a strong earthquake early Wednesday that killed at least 73 people across Italy — is known for more than the picturesque tranquility of the Italian countryside. The town also happens to be the place where one of Italy’s most famous and recognizable dishes originated: pasta […]