Two years ago, Christchurch, New Zealand, was devastated by a 6.3-magnitude earthquake. Residents still face a long haul to recover and rebuild, which they're doing with the pluck the Kiwis are known for.
Report: Vanessa O'Brien
New Zealand's second largest city Christchurch marks four years since the first in a series of devastating earthquakes. The destruction has also brought an opportunity for the city to rebuild with climate change in mind.
New Zealand has a reputation as an easygoing country. But now, authorities there are concerned about vigilantes taking tough action against foreign drivers they see as a danger. Blair Cunningham reports from Wellington.
Nepal has extended the permits of climbers who were unable to climb Mount Everest last year due to an earthquake-triggered avalanche in hopes of bringing back western climbers to the world's highest peak.
Authorities in Chile have canceled a tsunami warning following a major earthquake. At least five people were killed and a million evacuated from their homes after the quake struck just off the country's north coast.
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