Authorities in Indonesia fear the death toll will continue to rise from Wednesday’s earthquake in Aceh province, site of the 2004 quake and tsunami that killed 100,000.
Rescuers could not save four of the ten whales that beached off Indonesia's Aceh province. The mammals that got stranded on Monday at Ujong Kareung beach attracted hundreds of onlookers.
Thousands of foreign tourists are leaving Bali by plane after an airport was reopened. But the Mount Agung volcano continues to rumble.
The number of those killed continues to rise. Mexico's southwest region remains fearful of further tremors even as it struggles to return to normalcy and officials work to get stranded citizens back in their homes.
A 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck the mountainous border region between the two countries late on Sunday. More than 400 people have been killed, mostly in Iran.
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