Morocco earthquake affected 2.8 million people, says minister
More than 2,900 people have died, most of them in hard-to-reach mountainous areas.
Isolated Morocco earthquake survivors feel forgotten by state as they await help
While orderly camps of large, government-issued tents and military field hospitals have sprung up in some of the larger towns, parts of the rugged region are still surviving on donations left on roadsides by citizens.
Morocco earthquake toll passes 2,800 as rescuers search for survivors
It is the North African country's deadliest earthquake since 1960, when a tremor was estimated to have killed at least 12,000 people, and the most powerful since at least 1900.
Morocco survivors seek aid as earthquake toll passes 2,100
Relief workers face the challenge of reaching the worst-affected villages in the High Atlas, a rugged mountain range where settlements are often remote and where many houses crumbled.
Morocco earthquake damages historic mountain mosque
The mosque was built where the Almohad dynasty established its first capital in the Atlas valley before going on to seize Marrakech, proclaim its leader Caliph, and march on across the region propelled by religious zeal.
Powerful earthquake in Morocco kills more than 800
Most deaths are said to be in mountain areas that are hard to reach.
Magnitude-6.0 quake strikes off Indonesia's East Nusa Tenggara
Indonesia straddles the so-called 'Pacific Ring of Fire', a highly seismically active zone, where different plates on the Earth's crust meet and create a large number of earthquakes and volcano activity.
Magnitude 6.2 earthquake hits Indonesia's Papua
The epicenter of the quake was at a depth of 33km on land.
France counts cost after rare earthquake hits west
There were no fatalities, even though the earthquake was felt as far as Rennes in Brittany in the north and two aftershocks were recorded on Saturday morning.
Magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes northern Philippines
No casualties or major damage were reported although operations of the three elevated railway lines in Manila were stopped.
Strong earthquake kills one, destroys houses in Japan
Weather officials warn residents of possible aftershocks and landslides in the days ahead but say there is no risk of a tsunami.
Earthquake of 6.3 magnitude strikes western Japan, no tsunami warning
Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno says the government has set up a disaster countermeasures office in a crisis management centre headed by the prime minister in response to the earthquake.