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Earthquake in Italy At least 15,000 temporary shelters

The Daily Dawn
Dawn Desk Report

Italy's most powerful earthquake since 1980, more than 15,000 people have been displaced, according to the country's civil protection agency. Sunday's earthquake, but no one had been killed and 20 others were injured, and there was extensive damage around Norcia. 6.6-magnitude earthquake in the central region, where nearly 300 people were killed in August by an earthquake struck near. Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is important to discuss the reorganization of his cabinet is scheduled to preside over the meeting. Mr. Renzi said Italy was unsettled spirit.

This is a "great relief" that no one had died during this time, he added. The earthquake struck Sunday morning, a number of buildings destroyed or their towns and villages in mountainous central region, rendering the structure unsafe. Why is multiple earthquakes struck Italy?
Residents' irrepressible desire: to stay or to live with relatives or friends who are affected in many of them, but the civil protection agency said the assistance was provided to 15,000, with 10,000 places in the tent and go into a sports hall. Thousands of people spent the night in their cars or under canvas.

Shelter in a sports hall, many of Norcia Norcia Castelluccio di Norcia in one of the buildings on this road completely destroyed by a severe earthquake damage was to shelter some 4,000 hotel on the Adriatic coast shows. More than 100 aftershocks have been registered overnight between Monday, including one of magnitude 4.2. The latest earthquake shaking the capital, Rome, more than 100km (60 miles) Norcia has been felt far away from the epicenter near the historic city.

Rome metro system was closed on Sunday; A 20th century bridge, Ponte Mazzini, has been closed to traffic after a crack and a crack appeared in Saint Paul's Basilica, the pope's four main facade of the church was visible. St. Paul's Basilica, in Rome crack Norcia, Umbria region, the locals have been demanding tents instead of moving out of the city. Some of them decided to stay home. Norcia resident Stefano Boldrini, who now is living in a van with her eight-year-old daughter, was asked if they plan to stay in the area.

"How could we? No more school, or church, or the police. There's nothing here," he said. The medieval Basilica of St. Benedict of Norcia and many historic buildings were destroyed. Campi many buildings in the village, including the church, were destroyed Last week, the vulnerable buildings in central Italy, in August following an evacuation of the vibration from the strong vibration, could save lives. Officials said three people were dug out of the rubble alive on Sunday in the town of Tolentino.

Sunday's earthquake - 6.6, as measured by the US Geological Survey - August earthquake above magnitude 5.5 and 6.1 at the last week. Other towns and villages suffered damage Castel scanting elo, Preci, Ussita and include Arquata. In recent years has seen several major earthquakes in central Italy. This year's August earthquake, which devastated the city of L'Aquila in 2009 and Amatrice kill about 300 people each. Sunday's quake measured 6.2 and both deeper than they were.

Italy's most violent earthquake since 1900. October 2016 - Norcia, central Italy, of magnitude 6.6, no deaths reported so far November 1980 - Campania, southern Italy (Naples badly hit), magnitude 6.9, 5000 killed. July 1930 - Irpinia, Basilicata, magnitude 6.6, killed in 1400. January 1915 - L'Aquila, magnitude 6.7, killed more than 30,000. December 1908 - Messina, Straight, magnitude 7.1, the quake and tsunami killed up to 200,000. September 1905 - Calabria from magnitude 7.2, killed by a tsunami of up to 2,500

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