The earth keeps rumbling: New Zealand is being hit by constant aftershocks. The tourist season has begun. Hundreds of visitors are stranded.
Christmas begins in Rome with the inauguration of a giant Christmas tree and a larger-than-life Nativity scene in St Peter's Square, as part of the Vatican's seasonal traditions.
The Agua Azul waterfalls in southern Mexico are a playground of water cascading over limestone steps. But after an earthquake hit the country, they dried up and the area's once-booming tourist economy along with them.
A rupture in the main pipeline carrying jet fuel to New Zealand's largest airport has disrupted the travel plans of thousands of people. Flight cancellations and delays are expected to continue for a week.
Hundreds of colorful skeletons and costumed dancers have taken part in Mexico City's Day of the Dead Parade. The celebration paid tribute to rescue workers and victims of recent earthquakes around the country.
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