More than 400 people dead and many still missing after a massive earthquake shook Ecuador. Those who lost someone mourn their dead.
Indonesia must make technical improvements to its early warning system for tsunamis. However, it ultimately falls to the authorities to better prepare the country for natural disasters, DW's Hendra Pasuhuk writes.
Two years after a devastating earthquake, the town of Visso still looks as if the disaster happened yesterday. Bureaucratic chaos has forced many to move away, and reconstruction has yet to begin. Ylenia Gostoli reports.
In an interview with DW, tsunami researcher Widjo Kongko has criticized Indonesia's disaster management agencies for their failure to deal with the Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami. Was the government unprepared?
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake in the western Iranian province of Kermanshah has killed at least two people and injured more than 300 others. There were reports that the quake was felt as far away as Baghdad.
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