Italy's worst quake since 1980 has reduced historic buildings to rubble and toppled sections of a Roman wall that had stood for 2000 years. Though thousands of people have sought help and communication is limited, no lives seem to have been lost.
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.
Greece has emerged unscathed after an earthquake with a magnitude at least 6.4 struck off the west coast. The tremor could be felt as far away as Libya.
Migrants and asylum-seekers failed by Italy's integration system often end up in places like Castel Volturno. There they risk being exploited, but they also find solidarity, reports Michele Bertelli.
A 62-year-old German woman had been hiking when bad weather approached on the island of San Pietro, near Sardinia. She was killed before she and her family could reach safety.
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