After the 2010 earthquake devasted Haiti, there was an outpouring of international support. Eight years later, most of those who rushed in to help are long gone. But many of those who remain are people with ties to Haiti, and ome of them started businesses that are getting some traction.
More than 200 people are dead as buildings collapse in dense sections of Mexico City.
Just as megastorms were charging across the Caribbean, Mexico was struck by one of its most powerful earthquakes on record.
The epicenter was on the southern part of Chiloé island, an area with several national parks. The earthquake caused some minor damage, but no deaths were reported and an initial tsunami alert was later downgraded.
Immigrants who came to the US after Nepal's earthquake will have temporary status to live and work for another 18 months, as their country continues to rebuild.
After a devastating earthquake in central Italy, a special rescue unit is working to recover the town of Amatrice's cultural heritage: the centuries-old paintings, art and religious objects in the town's damaged or collapsed libraries, museums and churches.
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake caused huge devastation in Nepal in April, 2015. Many Nepalis in America at the time were allowed to stay — and now they want to continue to live in America to help support their families who are still recovering.
This 12-year-old lost her home in Nepal's 2015 earthquake but she has managed to stay in school. Now she just needs the other kids to stop taunting her for being homeless.
The last major earthquake in Nepal was two months ago. But aid organizations are struggling to keep up as monsoon season brings landslides, creating a snowball effect.
Dimitry Elias Léger's debut novel unfolds in the aftermath of Haiti's 2010 earthquake. The human, often comic tale is his attempt "to cover the full range of color and emotions that people who experience traumatic events need to tell their stories."
When disasters like earthquakes strikes in far-off countries, our first instinct is to help in any way we can. But sometimes that help actually gets in the way of recovery. That's what reporter Jonathan Katz experienced after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, and he has suggestions on how to avoid a repeat.