Italian earthquake leaves many homeless

Earthquake in northern Italy has damaged many historical buildings has left thousands of people without a home.

    Residents of the Italian region hit by an earthquake on Sunday are preparing for a second night of sleeping in tents and cars.

    Due to more than a hundred aftershocks, many people have been too scared to back to their homes, while others are not allowed back because their homes are not considered safe.

    Al Jazeera's Sabina Castelfranco reports From Finale Emilia, one of the worst-hit towns.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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