More than 400 people dead and many still missing after a massive earthquake shook Ecuador. Those who lost someone mourn their dead.
Mexico City is reeling from a devastating earthquake that has left more than 200 people dead. Local residents are scrambling to lend a hand in rescue efforts. DW's Veronica Calderon reports from the Mexican capital.
Mexico's government is distributing food to survivors of an earthquake that destroyed a large part of the city of Juchitan and left at least 90 people dead in the region. Nearly 800 aftershocks have been recorded.
At least 61 people have died after one of the most powerful earthquakes to hit Mexico was followed by Hurricane Katia, which roared onshore in the Gulf. The president has declared three days of national mourning.
The move comes after Vice President Jorge Glas had delivered a written critique of President Lenin Moreno. Since the vice president is elected by popular vote, the president cannot sack him.
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