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Quake rocks south Iran; tremors felt in Qatar

Quake rocks south Iran; tremors felt in Qatar

Tremors of an earthquake in Iran, measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale, were felt in Qatar Tuesday evening, the Met department tweeted.

Tremors worsen on New Zealand volcano island, prevent recovery of bodies

Tremors worsen on New Zealand volcano island, prevent recovery of bodies

Increasing tremors on a volcanic island in New Zealand on Wednesday prevented the recovery of the bodies of eight people thought to be left on the island, two days after an eruption engulfed dozens of tourists ....

Tremors in the Balkans continue as magnitude-6 quake hits Aegean

Tremors in the Balkans continue as magnitude-6 quake hits Aegean

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 jolted the Greek island of Crete on Wednesday, with no damage or injuries reported, authorities said.

Iran quake tremors felt in West Bay area

Iran quake tremors felt in West Bay area

Tremors were felt in Doha's West Bay area after an earthquake measuring 5.9 struck the Iranian province of Bushehr on Thursday morning.

Five injured after quake hits Japan

Five injured after quake hits Japan

A 5.6-magnitude quake hit western Japan early Monday, injuring five people and damaging buildings and roads, as officials warned stronger tremors could come in the days ahead.

Two dead, more than 100 injured in Taiwan earthquake

Two dead, more than 100 injured in Taiwan earthquake

A 6.4-magnitude quake on the east coast of taiwan has left two dead and more than 100 injured after buildings were toppled and a hotel collapsed.

Thousands evacuated as volcano on holiday island Bali grows more active

Thousands evacuated as volcano on holiday island Bali grows more active

Nearly 35,000 people have been evacuated from near a volcano on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali that officials say is becoming more active and could erupt soon.

Ecuador quake death toll rises to nearly 650

Ecuador quake death toll rises to nearly 650

The death toll from Ecuador's devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake last week has risen to 646 people, President Rafael Correa said during a TV broadcast on Saturday.