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Italy--earthquake

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Italy - Italian rescue teams retrieve a person from a building which collapsed following an earthquake, in L'aquila, 06Apr2009 - Caption: epa01689457 Italian rescue teams retrieve a person from a building which collapsed following an earthquake, in L'aquila, Central Italy, 06 April 2009. At least nine people were killed 06 April in the central Italian region of Abruzzo when a magnitude-5.8 earthquake struck, police said. Five of the dead were from Castelnuovo, where dozens of houses and a church collapsed, they said in their initial toll from the disaster, which did not include four children that Italian media reported had died in a hospital in LAquila, Abruzzo's capital. Numerous buildings collapsed in LAquila, where people were searching for survivors in the rubble of a house and student dormitory in the citys historic centre. EPA/PERI - PERCOSSI
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Italy - Italian rescue teams retrieve a person from a building which collapsed following an earthquake, in L'aquila, 06Apr2009 - Caption: epa01689457 Italian rescue teams retrieve a person from a building which collapsed following an earthquake, in L'aquila, Central Italy, 06 April 2009. At least nine people were killed 06 April in the central Italian region of Abruzzo when a magnitude-5.8 earthquake struck, police said. Five of the dead were from Castelnuovo, where dozens of houses and a church collapsed, they said in their initial toll from the disaster, which did not include four children that Italian media reported had died in a hospital in LAquila, Abruzzo's capital. Numerous buildings collapsed in LAquila, where people were searching for survivors in the rubble of a house and student dormitory in the citys historic centre. EPA/PERI - PERCOSSI

Italy - The body of a victim lies on the street in front of his collapsed house in the center of the Abruzzo capital L'Aquila, 06Apr2006 - Par2494641 Object name ITALY - EARTHQUAKE ITALY, L'Aquila : The body of a victim lies on the street on April 6, 2009 in front of his collapsed house in the center of the Abruzzo capital L'Aquila, the epicenter of an earthquake measuring 5.8-magnitude on the open-ended Richter scale. At least 20 people were killed in an earthquake that struck central Italy as most people lay sleeping early on April 6, and the death toll was rising steadily after many homes collapsed in the Abruzzo region. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO
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Italy - The body of a victim lies on the street in front of his collapsed house in the center of the Abruzzo capital L'Aquila, 06Apr2006 - Par2494641 Object name ITALY - EARTHQUAKE ITALY, L'Aquila : The body of a victim lies on the street on April 6, 2009 in front of his collapsed house in the center of the Abruzzo capital L'Aquila, the epicenter of an earthquake measuring 5.8-magnitude on the open-ended Richter scale. At least 20 people were killed in an earthquake that struck central Italy as most people lay sleeping early on April 6, and the death toll was rising steadily after many homes collapsed in the Abruzzo region. AFP PHOTO / VINCENZO PINTO

Italy -- Victims try to reach their houses shouts in the off-limits village of Onna, near the epicenter of the earthquake, in the region of the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, 07Apr2009 - ITALY, Onna : Victims try to reach their houses shouts on April 07, 2009 in the off-limits village of Onna, near the epicenter of the April 6, 2009 earthquake in the region of the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila. The death toll from the powerful quake that rocked central Italy has risen to 179, with 34 people reported missing, rescue workers in the town of L'Aquila said on April 7.
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Italy -- Victims try to reach their houses shouts in the off-limits village of Onna, near the epicenter of the earthquake, in the region of the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, 07Apr2009 - ITALY, Onna : Victims try to reach their houses shouts on April 07, 2009 in the off-limits village of Onna, near the epicenter of the April 6, 2009 earthquake in the region of the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila. The death toll from the powerful quake that rocked central Italy has risen to 179, with 34 people reported missing, rescue workers in the town of L'Aquila said on April 7.

Italy -- The village of Onna seriously hit by the earthquake, in the province of L'Aquila, 06Apr2009 - Caption: epa01690056 A view from helicopter shows the village of Onna, in the province of L'Aquila, Italy seriously hit by the earthquake on 06 April 2009. Some 90 people died the quake, which struck the ancient town of L'Aquila and the surrounding mountainous areas about 100 km north-east of Rome in the early hours.
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Italy -- The village of Onna seriously hit by the earthquake, in the province of L'Aquila, 06Apr2009 - Caption: epa01690056 A view from helicopter shows the village of Onna, in the province of L'Aquila, Italy seriously hit by the earthquake on 06 April 2009. Some 90 people died the quake, which struck the ancient town of L'Aquila and the surrounding mountainous areas about 100 km north-east of Rome in the early hours.

Italy -- A woman wakes up after spending the night at a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, 07Apr2009 - ITALY, L'Aquila : People wake up on April 7, 2009 after spending the night in a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, the epicenter of an earthquake that struck on April 6. The death toll from the powerful quake that rocked central Italy has risen to 179, with 34 people reported missing, rescue workers in the town of L'Aquila said on April 7.
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Italy -- A woman wakes up after spending the night at a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, 07Apr2009 - ITALY, L'Aquila : People wake up on April 7, 2009 after spending the night in a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, the epicenter of an earthquake that struck on April 6. The death toll from the powerful quake that rocked central Italy has risen to 179, with 34 people reported missing, rescue workers in the town of L'Aquila said on April 7.

Italy - Earthquake victims receive lunch in a tent camp in L'Aquila, 07Apr2009 - Caption: epa01690824 Earthquake victims receive lunch in a tent camp in L'Aquila, central Italy, 07 April 2009. The death toll from an earthquake that struck central Italy on 06 April 2009 has risen to 179, according to the coordinating centre for rescue services from the battered town of L'Aquila. Of the dead, 40 bodies still need to be identified. An additional 34 people are still missing more than 24 hours after the earthquake, which registered between 5.8 and 6.2 on the Richter scale. EPA/MASSIMILIANO SCHIAZZA
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Italy - Earthquake victims receive lunch in a tent camp in L'Aquila, 07Apr2009 - Caption: epa01690824 Earthquake victims receive lunch in a tent camp in L'Aquila, central Italy, 07 April 2009. The death toll from an earthquake that struck central Italy on 06 April 2009 has risen to 179, according to the coordinating centre for rescue services from the battered town of L'Aquila. Of the dead, 40 bodies still need to be identified. An additional 34 people are still missing more than 24 hours after the earthquake, which registered between 5.8 and 6.2 on the Richter scale. EPA/MASSIMILIANO SCHIAZZA

Italy - A woman stands outside a tent after spending the night in a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aqula, 07Apr2009 - Par2496044 Object name ITALY - QUAKE ITALY, L'Aquila : A woman stands outside a tent on April 7, 2009 after spending the night in a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, the epicenter of an earthquake that struck on April 6. The death toll from the powerful quake that rocked central Italy has risen to 179, with 34 people reported missing, rescue workers in the town of L'Aquila said on April 7. AFP PHOTO / / MARIO LAPORTA
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Italy - A woman stands outside a tent after spending the night in a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aqula, 07Apr2009 - Par2496044 Object name ITALY - QUAKE ITALY, L'Aquila : A woman stands outside a tent on April 7, 2009 after spending the night in a stadium in the Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila, the epicenter of an earthquake that struck on April 6. The death toll from the powerful quake that rocked central Italy has risen to 179, with 34 people reported missing, rescue workers in the town of L'Aquila said on April 7. AFP PHOTO / / MARIO LAPORTA

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