Earthquake aftershocks disrupt rescue efforts for missing

Rescue crews in Taiwan are hoping to find more earthquake survivors. They are braving powerful aftershocks to enter buildings on the brink of collapse in the port city of Hualien.

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    Rescue crews in Taiwan are hoping to find more earthquake survivors. They are braving powerful aftershocks to enter buildings on the brink of collapse in the port city of Hualien. Dozens remain missing after the magnitude 6.4 tremor killed nine people on Tuesday.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Hualien, Taiwan.


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