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Breaking News: Earthquake in Abruzzo

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It's a sad morning in Italy today. Last night at 3:30 a.m. a terrible earthquake (megnetudo 5,8° on Richter scale) hit the Abruzzo, with epicenter in the province of L'Aquila. News are still sparse, but there are many collapses, some victims and thousands of displaced persons. Many old city centres, including L'Aquila, are hardly damaged, no informations from a lot of little villages. In L'Aquila also the "Home of Students" is partially collapsed, and it is supposed to be some people under. The earth tremor was felt in most part of central Italy, and a lot of tremors of less intensity are still shaking the earth. The Autoroute A24 Roma-L'Aquila is closed, and authority asks to everyone for not trying to reach the area.

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