Civil protection officials have said that 15 people were confirmed dead after today's earthquake in northern Italy.
Officials said several people were trapped under the rubble of houses and warehouses in the Emilia-Romagna region, where several building sites and workshops had just reopened after the previous quake on May 20th.
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