Many survivors from the earthquake which has devastated central Italy have found themselves homeless, terrified -- and wondering what the future now holds.
Aftershocks have continued to strike following Monday's 6.3-magnitude quake, in the mountainous Abruzzo region surrounding the city of L'Aquila.
The most severe, a 5.6 magnitude tremor that struck the area Tuesday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, reminded many survivors of the original quake, which left at least 250 dead and thousands more homeless and injured. Read full article »
CNN's Carol Jordan, Paula Newton and Diana Magnay contributed to this report.