Rescue workers dig through rubble to find survivors in Mexico City. REUTERS/Claudia Daut

A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck central Mexico on Tuesday, knocking down dozens of buildings in the capital and leaving 248 people dead on a day that coincided with the 32nd anniversary of the deadly 1985 quake.

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Technology proved a godsend in the remote regions of Rwanda.

Sailors process service members evacuated from St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, in anticipation of Hurricane Maria.

Hurricane Maria abruptly strengthened to a category five storm on Monday night as it made landfall on the Caribbean island of Dominica, tearing through territories and wrecking “all that money can buy and replace.”

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The U.S. Secretary Of State, Rex Tillerson, categorically mentioned China and Russia, as he urged the international community to take direct action against N. Korea as it fired another ballistic missile over Japan.

Attacker mowed down crowd at Las Ramblas, a busy tourist spot in Barcelona.

Spanish police shot dead five suspected terrorists in the town of Cambrils on Friday, foiling a bid for second “jihadist attack” just hours after a van ploughed into crowds in Barcelona, leaving 13 people dead.

Western Wall with Temple Mount and Al-Aqsa Mosque

Amid fierce protests by Palestinians, Israel on Thursday dismantled the entire security apparatus, recently put in place at Muslim entrances to the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City.

Satellite Beach, Florida as Hurricane Irma Approaches

Central Florida's densely populated areas took heavy pounding on Monday as Hurricane Irma, although weakened to Category 1, tunneled through streets with powerful winds and massive flooding along the coastline.