Rescuers worked into the early morning hours Tuesday in hopes of finding survivors of a powerful earthquake that ripped through Italy's mountainous Abruzzo region, killing scores of people and leaving tens of thousands homeless.
Tearful survivors, many of them clad in pajamas and blankets, watched as bodies were pulled from the rubble in the medieval city of L'Aquila, about 120 km (75 miles) northeast of Rome. The quake killed more than 150 people, L'Aquila's fire department said late Monday.
Nearly 24 hours after the quake hit, authorities were still unsure how many people remained trapped in the wreckage. Read full article »
CNN's Paula Newton, Hada Messia and Diana Magnay contributed to this report.