An 8.2 magnitude earthquake off the southern coast of Mexico has killed at least 30 and left survivors homeless. The tremors were felt as far north as Mexico City, where people poured into the streets. Now the country is bracing for the aftershocks.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reopened Sunday (May 6) at 3 p.m. local time following a sequence of large, violent earthquakes that prompted a two-day closure and evacuation of park visitors and staff last Friday.
Two more earthquakes have forced fresh bursts of lava and ash from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island. Thousands of people have been ordered to leave the area due to the ongoing seismic activity.
Strong aftershocks have rocked Papua New Guinea's highlands, with rescue crews struggling to reach remote villages. The Red Cross has said 67 people were killed in last week's initial quake.
Five months after a major earthquake devastated Mexico City, a powerful tremor has struck the country again. A helicopter carrying government officials who were to examine the damage crashed in an unrelated incident.
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