More than 400 people are confirmed dead after an earthquake and tsunami hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
At least 832 people have died after a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami rocked the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Friday, authorities have confirmed.
At least 384 people have died after an earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Friday. The 7.5-magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami destroying thousands of homes.
Footage has emerged of a devastating tsunami which swept the city of Palu in Indonesia while hundreds were attending a beach festival.
One year on from after an earthquake struck Mexico City, families are still waiting to return to their home.
The death toll of seven from the 6.7-magnitude, pre-dawn quake was likely to rise as rescuers searched houses buried by landslides.
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A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck near the Iranian city of Kermanshah, killing two and wounding 241, the Tasnim news agency reported on Sunday.
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Officials say there were no immediate reports of injuries but people ran into the streets in panic. But the quake’s depth - 123 km below the surface- appears to have mitigated much damage
Two tremors of 6.3 and 6.9 magnitude have struck the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said on Sunday, after an earthquake killed more than 430 people there earlier this month.
Two powerful earthquakes have left nearly 450 dead and devastated Lombok, an Indonesian island popular for its beaches.
Almost 400 people are known to have died in an earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok last Sunday and officials say the number of victims is still rising
Indonesia has been rocked anew by an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Thousands of people are awaiting urgent aid on the Indonesian island of Lombok after a powerful earthquake left them homeless and without food, clean water or medical care.
Search and rescue efforts continue as many are still feared to be trapped underneath the wreckage.
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The NGO Mercy Corps has shared pictures with Euronews of the rescue mission in Indonesia following Sunday's earthquake that killed more than 100 people.
Rescue workers excavating a mosque flattened by an earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok carried a body from the wreckage on Tuesday.
Search and rescue teams are scouring the rubble of a collapsed mosque on the Indonesian island of Lombok as worshippers are thought to be trapped beneath.
It’s just one of the rescue efforts underway on the island after it was hit by a 6.9 magnitude earthquake on Sunday.
The search for survivors of Sunday's powerful earthquake continues, with more than 100 known to be dead and thousands left homeless.
Security camera footage from the Masjid Agung Bangli mosque shows a line of worshippers suddenly get up and run as the earthquake hits, knocking panels from the ceiling onto the floor.
A powerful 7.0 magnitude quake hit Lombok and was felt in Bali on Sunday evening, killing dozens and leaving a trail of destruction across several communities.
A magnitude-7 earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Lombok on Sunday evening, killing dozens of people
About 20,000 people have lost their homes and many moved to unaffected areas of the Indonesian island of Lombok after a powerful 6.9 magnitude earthquake left at least 89 people dead.
It's after a powerful earthquake measuring 6.4 magnitude hit the popular tourist destination two days ago. A massive combined rescue effort involving almost 200 Indonesian police, military and medical personnel helped save around 700 hikers from the volcano