Search and rescue efforts continue following a 6.2 earthquake in central Italy, killing at least 21 people.
Dozens are missing or feared dead. The first tremor struck around 3:30 a.m. local time near Norcia, Italy,
Residents of the tiny town, which is 100 miles from Rome have felt least 11 tremors in what is described as a high aftershock rate.
At least 38 dead in Italian earthquake: civil protection http://reut.rs/2bMnsfE via @Reuters
6.2-magnitude quake hits Italy: Live updates @CNN http://cnn.it/2bDcVVg
The 6.0 earthquake shook central Italy was followed hours later by a magnitude 6.8 temblor in Myanmar.
The following is a list compiled by The AP and supported by data from US Geological Survey of the world's deadliest earthquakes since 2000:
April 16, 2016: A magnitude 7.8 earthquake on Ecuador's central coast near the town of Muisne kills more than 660 people.
April 25, 2015: A magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Nepal kills more than 8,000 people.
Aug. 3, 2014: More than 700 people die in a magnitude 6.2-quake near Wenping, China.