After the strongest earthquake to hit the country in nearly four decades, more than 200 people have been confirmed dead. The government has declared a state of emergency as rescue workers search feverishly for victims and survivors.
At least 234 people have died from mudslides in Colombia as rescue crews scramble to find survivors. The death toll is expected to rise.
Rescuers in Ecuador have continued to sift through rubble where structures once stood as they look for survivors. Authorities now estimate at least 272 dead and more than 2,500 injured, also inmates break out of prison.
Rescue workers and bereaved family members are continuing to search for survivors from Saturday's earthquake. While some are digging through rubble with their bare hands, professional rescuers are pouring in from abroad.
An earthquake near Iran's border with Turkmenistan has killed two people and injured hundreds, according to state media. It also caused widespread damage.
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