24 hours after the quake that struck central Italy, the death toll is climbing quickly and authorities say it will get worse.
Amatrice, almost destroyed by a quake that killed at least 120, is not on guidebooks — but Italians know it as the birthplace of pasta amatriciana.
As the sun rose on Wednesday over central Italy, the immense extent of the damage became painfully clear.
Hundreds are still buried under the rubble, and authorities say the death toll may climb. Another quake in the area killed 300 people in 2009.
The live-fire exercise is labeled as a drill against possible terrorism risks, but it's also a show of force close to Russia's only warm-water naval base overseas.
A Boeing 777 belonging to Emirates crash-landed and caught fire. The crew managed to evacuate everybody in time, but a firefighter was killed.
The president didn't say what countries he suspects of trying to topple him. Now, he has the power to bypass parliament, for at least three months.
More migrants are attempting the dangerous Mediterranean crossing from Libya after the eastern overland route through Greece became a much harder option.
A 17-year old Afghan man who had come to Germany as a refugee wounded at least three people seriously. His motive is still unclear.
The E-3 AWACS flying radars going to Turkey this fall may have an unofficial side job: Keeping an eye on Russian warplanes in Syria.