A military helicopter assessing damage after a powerful earthquake in Mexico has crashed, killing 13 people.Read the full story ›
Crowds of people gathered on central Reforma Avenue in Mexico City as the ground shook.Read the full story ›
Rescuers are searching for survivors in Taiwan after the area was hit by an earthquake which has killed at least six people.Read the full story ›
The quake struck in the sea on Tuesday night about 125 miles north-northeast of Honduras.Read the full story ›
Mexico's navy says there are no missing children at a collapsed school where rescuers have been hunting for a trapped girl.Read the full story ›
A 6.1 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Japan.Read the full story ›
Formula One driver Sergio Perez has donated £125,000 to the victims of Tuesday's Mexico earthquake in which nearly 250 people have been killed.
Buildings have been reduced to rubble in Mexico City, while many have been killed in the surrounding areas, following the country's deadliest quake in more than three decades.
Perez, 27, is currently the only Mexican driver on the F1 grid and the poster boy for his home race which is due to be staged in the capital Mexico City next month.
Perez, who finished fifth at Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix, also revealed that Carlos Slim - the Mexican telecommunications billionaire who has been heavily involved in his motor racing career - will contribute to the disaster fund.
I'm deeply concerned for what my country is living. It's time to be united.
An earthquake in the southern Philippines has killed at least four people, and injured around 90 others, officials have said.
The quake has damaged buildings and an airport, and the power has been knocked out, they added.
The 6.5 magnitude quake happened overnight, rousing residents in the Surigao del Norte province from their sleep and forcing them to flee their homes.
The quake centred around 14 km (8 miles) northwest of the provincial capital of Surigao, and there have been nearly 100 aftershocks.
The white sheepdog puppies were pulled out by rescuer workers after surviving five days under tons of snow and rubble.Read the full story ›
Up to 30 people are still missing after an Italian hotel was hit by an avalanche following a trio of earthquakes on Wednesday.Read the full story ›