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(UPDATED) Phivolcs warns that damage and aftershocks are expected after the earthquake on late Thursday night, March 26
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says 'only very small tsunami waves were generated by this earthquake and there is no further threat'
The temblor strikes at 1:45 am with an epicenter 255 kilometers south of the town of Nusa Dua, reports the US Geological Service
The NDRRMC says the first quarter drill was canceled to 'ensure public health safety of the drill participants and to prevent the possible risk of contracting COVID-19'
The jolt was felt all the way in Cebu City and towns across the northern end of the island
Interior Secretary Eduardo Año says local officials that fail to do so may face administrative, even criminal cases
(UPDATED) 21 people are injured after the magnitude 5.7 quake, with 8 of them in critical condition
No tsunami warning has been issued and there are no immediate reports of damage
The quake triggers a brief tsunami alert and sends hundreds of people pouring onto the streets of Havana
(UPDATED) The US Geological Survey says the earthquake strikes at a depth of 17.7 kilometers some 140 kilometers southeast of the Pacific nation's capital Honiara
Rescuers scramble over the weekend to search for and rescue people alive from under the rubble
The magnitude 6.8 earthquake causes buildings to collapse and kills at least 22 people
Earthquakes, typhoons, or terrorist attacks can strike anytime, and organizers want to be as prepared as possible
Residents are irate when two warehouses are found to be filled with thousands of abandoned supplies
Some 5,000 people are hoping that their president, Donald Trump, will heed the island's plea to be designated a disaster zone and free up much-needed aid
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology says volcanic earthquakes are induced by 'rising lava or magma beneath active volcanoes'
Phivolcs maintains that there is 'no reliable technology in the world that can confidently predict the date, time, and location of large earthquakes'
The magnitude 6.2 quake strikes at a depth of 20 kilometers just off the coast of Simeulue island, west of Sumatra, says the US Geological Survey
(4th UPDATE) The earthquake's first reported victim, a 73-year-old resident of the southern city of Ponce, died after a wall fell in his home
‘If we will celebrate, we will just open canned goods and cook rice.... But we are thankful to be alive’
The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council says over a hundred people were injured by the magnitude 6.9 earthquake that struck Davao del Sur on December 15
(UPDATED) Here's where you can make in-kind and monetary donations to help people affected by the Davao del Sur earthquake
'Magkaisa tayong magpadala ng tulong,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
Of the 4 dead, 3 have been confirmed. Two of the bodies are retrieved from the collapsed Southern grocery store in Barangay Poblacion, with one yet to be recovered.
Several buildings in Davao del Sur are destroyed, including the Southern Trade commercial center and the Magsaysay Municipal Hall
The fatality, a 6-year-old girl, was reportedly unable to get out of their house which collapsed
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(3rd UPDATE) Phivolcs warns that damage and aftershocks are expected after the earthquake on Sunday afternoon, December 15
The magnitude 6.4 earthquake that jolted Albania before dawn on Tuesday is the most deadly and destructive in decades
At least 47 people have been rescued alive. Survivors have been hospitalized and are 'in a state of shock and worried about their loved ones,' defense ministry spokeswoman Albana Qehajaj told AFP
Albania is one of the poorest countries in Europe, but experts, rescue teams and emergency aid have flowed in from around the continent after the earthquake
(UPDATED) The worst damage is in and around the coastal city of Durres, where soldiers, police and civilian forces were working to reach those believed to be trapped inside buildings that were reduced to dust
The donation is expected to support efforts to deliver emergency shelter, food, clean water, and psychosocial support to victims of the series of strong earthquakes that struck Cotabato in October
(UPDATED) Phivolcs says Kadingilan, Bukidnon was the epicenter of the earthquake which struck Monday night
Initial reports say the epicenter of the earthquake is located in Kadingilan, Bukidnon
Mayors of the affected local government units are asking for assistance to restore public facilities
Each soldier gives P100 – their allowance for two meals – to buy land and materials for 100 temporary houses
Instead of extending financial aid and relief goods, the Quezon City government conducts consultations and damage assessment in affected LGUs
Under the Tienda Project, earthquake victims will form cooperatives that will operate stories selling basic goods at reasonable prices
House Majority Leader Martin Romualdez throws a big birthday party attended by prominent personalities in Philippine politics and business
The US tsunami warning center says a 'destructive Pacific-wide tsunami is not expected'
The 4th National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill aims to evaluate the effectiveness of local governments' contingency plans and protocols in relation to earthquake scenarios and other similar events
Phivolcs Director Renato Solidum advocates that engineers and architects conduct an audit of houses for free to assess if they have sustained damage from earthquakes
The magnitude 5.9 quake strikes about 120 kilometers southeast of the city of Tabriz, in East Azerbaijan Province, in the early hours of the morning, the Iranian Seismological Center says
Not all of the photos in Samonte's Facebook album were taken after the quakes in Cotabato, and not all are Del Rioz's own
A Phivolcs report says there are no expected damage in the early morning tremor
The Department of Labor and Employment says cash assistance will also be given to families of overseas Filipino workers in affected areas
We wonder how many stories in the high seas are left untold – whether by Philippine Navy troops who would get into confrontations with Chinese ships or Filipino fishermen who are constantly harassed in our own waters
The photos are from Mexico, not the Philippines
This is to avoid diarrhea among evacuees. In cases when it's absolutely necessary to feed babies with formula milk, these must be prepared by health and nutrition workers.