At least one person was killed when a magnitude 6.1 earthquake shook central Taiwan Wednesday morning. The epicenter was close to the spot where the 1999 earthquake struck in a disaster that killed 2400 people.
Seven years after almost 20,000 people died in an earthquake and tsunami that devastated northeast Japan, experts fear that Monday's tremor could be the harbinger of the much-feared rupture of Nankai Trough.
Hirving Lozano shocked defending World Cup champions Germany when he put Mexico ahead in the 35th minute. The goal was so momentous it seemed to cause an artificial earthquake in Mexico City.
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.
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.
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