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On Sunday, a powerful 6.6-magnitude earthquake sent shock-waves across the center of Italy, in the latest set of tremors to rock the region.
While no deaths have yet to be reported, the quake — which took place near the town of Norcia in the early hours — is reportedly the strongest one to strike Italy since 1980.
The natural disaster is the latest of many to hit Italy, with a number of earthquakes taking place in the past few months, including one which killed close to 300 citizens in late August.
Here are some of the scenes of devastation from the latest quake.
Outside the center of the town of Norcia, a fireman peers into the cracks on the road, created after the 6.6-magnitude quake.
A statue of St Benedict remains standing, after a 6.6 magnitude earthquake destroyed the Basilica of St Benedict in the historic center of Norcia.
Members from protezione civile gather in Perugia, Italy, to discuss what to do next.
Pope Francis speaks to the crowd during his Sunday Angelus prayer. In the address, he said he prayed for the injured and for the families of those who had suffered major damage, as well as those involved in the rescue mission.
Members of the public work together with protezione civile to prepare food for those who are staying in the municipality of Preci, Italy.
In Arquata del Tronto, several buildings are damaged following a powerful earthquake on Sunday.
People find refuge and rest in a temporary camp in the municipality of Preci, Italy.
People stand outside Rome's metro station, Basilica di San Paolo, which was closed as a precautionary measure on Sunday following the quake.
Outside the hospital of Norcia in Italy, a medic hands out supplies following the latest quake to hit the country.
Following the earthquake on Sunday morning, a policeman leaves the center of Norcia.
A day after the quake, monks of the order of St Benedict arrive to enter in the historic center of Norcia.
Following the latest Italian earthquake, locals rest at a gathering point outside the historic center of Norcia.
On the left, firefighter Cari Luca speaks to the press in the historic center of Norcia, a day after a 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit Italy.