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Italy's earthquake affects us all – theirs is a cultural richness like no other - The Guardian (blog);

Italy's earthquake affects us all – theirs is a cultural richness like no other - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)Italy's earthquake affects us all – theirs is a cultural richness like no otherThe Guardian (blog)Buildings are not people. It is an immense mercy that, so far as is currently known, there were no fatalities in the latest earthquake to hit central Italy. Yet I can't help mourning the basilica of St Benedict in Norcia. To see such a beautiful old ...and more »

Strongest earthquake since 1980 rocks central Italy [photos] - PropertyCasualty360;

Strongest earthquake since 1980 rocks central Italy [photos] - PropertyCasualty360

PropertyCasualty360Strongest earthquake since 1980 rocks central Italy [photos]PropertyCasualty360Monks walk in front of the Cathedral of St. Benedict in Norcia, central Italy, today. The third powerful earthquake to hit Italy in two months spared human life when it hit Sunday. (Photo: Gregorio Borgia/AP Photo). The largest in a sequence of three ...and more »

Nun recounts roar of earth during morning prayers - Daily Mail;

Nun recounts roar of earth during morning prayers - Daily Mail

Daily MailNun recounts roar of earth during morning prayersDaily MailTREVI, Italy (AP) — Sister Caterina was praying with the eight nuns of her Benedictine order in the central Italian town of Norcia when the earth began to roar. The abbey and the ground beneath the nuns' feet shook and they were thrown around. The ...and more »

More tremors predicted after Italy's latest earthquake - euronews;

More tremors predicted after Italy's latest earthquake - euronews

euronewsMore tremors predicted after Italy's latest earthquakeeuronewsFrom the sky the damage to Castelluccio di Norcia is clear: a fire service video reveals that many buildings in have been reduced to rubble. The hilltop village lies close to the epicentre of Italy's strongest earthquake for over 35 years. No-one was ...and more »

Over 15000 displaced after M6.6 earthquake rocks Italy - The Weather Network;

Over 15000 displaced after M6.6 earthquake rocks Italy - The Weather Network

The Weather NetworkOver 15000 displaced after M6.6 earthquake rocks ItalyThe Weather NetworkMonday, October 31, 2016, 3:25 PM - Over 15,000 people are staying in hotels and temporary shelters after a powerful magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck central Italy near Norcia Sunday. The quake hit in the same region where a pair of quakes devastated ...and more »

Italy earthquake: More than 15000 people displaced as officials survey damage to cultural heritage sites - ABC Online;

Italy earthquake: More than 15000 people displaced as officials survey damage to cultural heritage sites - ABC Online

ABC OnlineItaly earthquake: More than 15000 people displaced as officials survey damage to cultural heritage sitesABC OnlineMore than 15,000 people have been staying in hotels and temporary accommodation in central Italy after the fiercest earthquake in a quarter of a century struck regions already rocked by repeated tremors in the past two months.and more »

Entire Town Leveled As Yet Another Massive Earthquake Hits Italy - Gizmodo;

Entire Town Leveled As Yet Another Massive Earthquake Hits Italy - Gizmodo

GizmodoEntire Town Leveled As Yet Another Massive Earthquake Hits ItalyGizmodoJust a few months after central Italy was battered by a magnitude 6.2 earthquake, the region has been struck again, and harder. A magnitude 6.6 quake—the strongest in the country since 1980—caused widespread damage to many of the same towns that ...and more »

2016 Italy Earthquakes: Is It Safe to Travel Now? - Condé Nast Traveler;

2016 Italy Earthquakes: Is It Safe to Travel Now? - Condé Nast Traveler

Condé Nast Traveler2016 Italy Earthquakes: Is It Safe to Travel Now?Condé Nast TravelerThe 14th-century Basilica of St. Benedict, reduced to rubble to the right of the town hall, is a casualty of a 6.6-magnitude earthquake that hit Norcia, Italy, on Sunday. Share via facebook dialog · Share via Pinterest. A country prone to quakes ...and more »

Italy Earthquake Latest News: Tremors Ravage A Famous Church In Umbria - Jobs & Hire;

Italy Earthquake Latest News: Tremors Ravage A Famous Church In Umbria - Jobs & Hire

Jobs & HireItaly Earthquake Latest News: Tremors Ravage A Famous Church In UmbriaJobs & HireThe church was built in the birthplace of Saint Benedict and Saint Scholastica. There were no deaths reported from the earthquake that followed by a series of small temblors. According to NPR , the church monks were all safe and their hearts goes to ...and more »

Central Italy hit by second earthquake in a week - Apollo Magazine;

Central Italy hit by second earthquake in a week - Apollo Magazine

Apollo MagazineCentral Italy hit by second earthquake in a weekApollo MagazineEarthquake destroys San Benedetto basilica in Norcia | Central Italy was rocked by an earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter scale on Sunday, with tremors reported as far away as Croatia. The earthquake, the second to hit the region in less than a ...and more »

15000 left homeless by Italy's most powerful quake since 1980 - Daily Sabah;

15000 left homeless by Italy's most powerful quake since 1980 - Daily Sabah

Daily Sabah15000 left homeless by Italy's most powerful quake since 1980Daily SabahResidents prepare to spend the night in a camp set in a warehouse in the village of Caldarola, Italy, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. (AP Photo). Italian authorities said Monday they were taking care of more than 15,000 people left homeless by the country's ...and more »

What to Know About the Earthquake in Italy and How to Help - Travel+Leisure;

What to Know About the Earthquake in Italy and How to Help - Travel+Leisure

Travel+LeisureWhat to Know About the Earthquake in Italy and How to HelpTravel+LeisureA powerful earthquake struck central Italy on Sunday, the third such event in the past five days alone. The earthquake was a 6.5 on the Richter scale, making it the strongest in the country since 1980. It struck near Norcia in the Umbria region, and it ...and more »

Italy earthquake: Why did no-one die in the latest disaster in Norcia? - BBC News;

Italy earthquake: Why did no-one die in the latest disaster in Norcia? - BBC News

BBC NewsItaly earthquake: Why did no-one die in the latest disaster in Norcia?BBC NewsWhen Italy suffered its strongest earthquake in decades on Sunday, multiple buildings collapsed and a number of people were injured. Yet so far there have been no reports of any fatalities. So why did the villagers in central Italy escape relatively ...and more »

Italy earthquake: residents fear historic towns will never look the same - The Guardian;

Italy earthquake: residents fear historic towns will never look the same - The Guardian

The GuardianItaly earthquake: residents fear historic towns will never look the sameThe GuardianA firefighter stands in front of the destroyed basilica of San Benedetto in the historic centre of Norcia one day after the quake hit. Photograph: Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images. Italy earthquake. Italy earthquake: residents fear historic towns will ...and more »

Italy quake leaves thousands homeless - TRT World;

Italy quake leaves thousands homeless - TRT World

TRT WorldItaly quake leaves thousands homelessTRT WorldMore than 10,000 people are living in converted sports halls and other temporary facilities, including tents. Photo by: AP. A view of the facade of the Basilica of St. Benedict, in Norcia, central Italy, after an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude ...and more »

Italy, Already Rattled, Is Struck by Another Powerful Quake - New York Times;

Italy, Already Rattled, Is Struck by Another Powerful Quake - New York Times

New York TimesItaly, Already Rattled, Is Struck by Another Powerful QuakeNew York TimesThe collapsed Cathedral of St. Benedict in Norcia, in central Italy, on Monday a day after the country was struck by its third powerful earthquake in two months. Credit Gregorio Borgia/Associated Press. ROME — An earthquake, believed to be the ...and more »

Monday Briefing: Another Earthquake Strikes Italy, Sandals Bahamian Expects 100 Percent Occupancy - Travel Agent;

Monday Briefing: Another Earthquake Strikes Italy, Sandals Bahamian Expects 100 Percent Occupancy - Travel Agent

Travel AgentMonday Briefing: Another Earthquake Strikes Italy, Sandals Bahamian Expects 100 Percent OccupancyTravel AgentIt's another busy start to the workweek here in the travel industry — here's the latest. Another Earthquake in Central Italy. Another earthquake struck Italy over the weekend, this one measuring 6.6 in magnitude and centered near the same region as ...and more »

BREAKING: Earthquake destroys Basilica of St. Benedict in Norcia, Italy - Aleteia EN;

BREAKING: Earthquake destroys Basilica of St. Benedict in Norcia, Italy - Aleteia EN

Aleteia ENBREAKING: Earthquake destroys Basilica of St. Benedict in Norcia, ItalyAleteia ENNorcia monks report: “We are all safe. Please pray for the victims and our priests who are in town to give the last Sacraments.” (Updates below). VATICAN CITY — A massive earthquake hit Norcia this morning, destroying the Basilica of St. Benedict ...and more »

Italy earthquake: Should you stay or should you go? - BBC News;

Italy earthquake: Should you stay or should you go? - BBC News

BBC NewsItaly earthquake: Should you stay or should you go?BBC NewsItaly's strongest earthquake in decades, which rocked the country's central region on Sunday, has left many residents considering: is it better to stay or to go? The quake was the fourth to hit the area in three months and devastated some areas.and more »

Italy Earthquake Triple Punch Leaves Thousands Homeless - NDTV;

Italy Earthquake Triple Punch Leaves Thousands Homeless - NDTV

NDTVItaly Earthquake Triple Punch Leaves Thousands HomelessNDTVNorcia, Italy: Italian authorities said on Monday they were taking care of more than 15,000 people left homeless by the country's most powerful earthquake in nearly 40 years. Although Sunday's 6.6-magnitude tremor did not result in any deaths, the ...and more »