The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees hailed on Thursday Egypt’s dispatch of the first international team to provide support to the Turkey-Syria earthquake victims.
A total of 25 people were killed and 804 others were injured in the earthquake, Tass news agency reported.
About 2,000 people were injured in Tuesday’s 6.4-magnitude pre-dawn quake, said Health Minister Ogerta Manastirliu.
More than 650 people were injured in the 6.4 magnitude earthquake when it struck before dawn Tuesday.
Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
BMKG had earlier issued a tsunami warning, but lifted it within the hour.
A magnitude 5.8 quake struck off the east coast of Japan on Monday, the U.S. Geological Service said.
At least 61 people were killed and 300 injured by a quake in Iran's Kermanshah province on the Iraqi border on Sunday.
The death toll from Mexico's Sept. 19 earthquake has risen to 343, with 204 of the deaths coming in the nation's capital.
Mexico’s recent most devastating earthquake in decades resulted in massive destruction of buildings, many human losses.
Thousands of Mexicans have reacted to the deadly 7.1-magnitude quake that rocked the country Tuesday, killing more than 200 people.
People were trapped inside various buildings that caught fire in Mexico City after a powerful quake violently shook the capital on Tuesday.
North Korea's state television said it would carry an important announcement at 0630 GMT
North Korea has conducted a sixth nuclear test, the Japanese government said as quoted by Sky news.
A South African gold mining company says one miner has died and another four are missing after an earth tremor struck one of its sites.
A magnitude 5.9 quake struck off the coast of Chile, 102 km west-southwest of Coquimbo, at depth of 10 km (6 miles) on Saturday
An earthquake shook buildings and woke residents in the Chilean capital Santiago in the early hours of Wednesday
An undersea earthquake off the coast of North Korea was not caused by a nuclear test, the South's media reported Thursday.