On March 10, 2018, a wave of major earthquakes and aftershocks killed over 1,000 people in Mexico City, including at least 1,700 in the city of Guerrero.
This week, a massive quake struck the US state of New York, killing at least eight people.
The US Geological Survey reported the quake was between magnitude 7.5 and 8.0.
The epicenter of the earthquake was located at a depth of 10 kilometers.
There were reports that the earthquake struck at a rate of 7.4 kilometers per second, but the USGS later revised that to 7.2 kilometers per minute.
The first report of the quake came from the US Geological Services.
USGS scientists reported the epicenter was near the center of the area.
The earthquake hit a total of 5,800 homes and businesses.
The city of Mexico City is located in the southern region of the country.
While the area was heavily damaged, the city is still recovering from the damage.
The earthquakes caused damage to infrastructure and homes.
A number of people were injured in the earthquake.
Some of the victims were hospitalized.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported that the quake occurred at a magnitude of 7 on the Richter scale.
The quake hit a depth between 8 and 10 kilometers, according to the USSS.
The magnitude is typically used in the U.N. scale, which is the equivalent of a magnitude 3.3 earthquake, or a magnitude 6.1 earthquake.
As the earthquake occurred at such a depth, the USSA says there was a risk that people in the area could have been injured or killed by the seismic shaking.
The largest earthquake of the century occurred on February 10, 1883, which caused damage in parts of the US.
In 2017, the largest earthquake ever recorded occurred at the time, which was a magnitude 8.9.
In addition to the quake in Mexico, there have been multiple aftershakes in the US, with many people killed or injured.
In 2018, the following major earthquakes were recorded in the United States: March 8, 2017: An 8.7 magnitude earthquake struck near the town of Nogales, Arizona.
This quake was centered about 100 kilometers (62 miles) east of the Mexican border.
The death toll from the earthquake is estimated at at least 17 people.
On March 14, 2018 the US government reported that at least 10 people had died and over 100 injured in a magnitude-8.0 earthquake in the town in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
In the first week of May, there were several aftershifts that were larger than magnitude 7 in the western states of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas.
The United States Geological Survey stated that at the beginning of June, at least four aftershafts in the Yucatán Peninsula had magnitudes above 7.0 and that another aftershock had magnitude 8 in the region.
On May 7, 2018 a magnitude 7 earthquake struck Mexico’s Sinaloa State, about 60 kilometers (37 miles) southeast of Mexico.
According to the United Nations, at the same time as the Sinaloan earthquake, more than 300 people died and about 7,000 were injured.
A magnitude-7.1 quake struck off the coast of Chile on June 8, 2018.
The following day, a magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck the island of Dominica, a country of roughly 1.6 million people, on the eastern coast of the island.
According in the official press release, the earthquake killed at least 5 people and injured more than 600.
The region of Haiti was rocked by a magnitude 9.4 quake on June 23, 2018 that killed at the most at least 100 people and damaged at least 150 buildings.
The previous magnitude-9.4 earthquake in Haiti was on March 17, 1878, which also struck Dominica.
The magnitude-5.8 earthquake struck off southern Chile on May 22, 2018 in the capital Santiago.
The Chilean government stated that there were at least 12 fatalities and a number of injuries.
In total, over 300 people were killed in the event.
The number of deaths in Chile and Haiti was more than the combined death toll in the Philippines, Iraq, Brazil, the Philippines and Nigeria combined.
June 12, 2018: An earthquake in Japan struck at 2:35 p.m. local time.
It is the 7.1 magnitude quake of magnitude 7 that struck off of the coast near the city town of Onagawa in the Japan-occupied prefecture of Hokkaido.
The Japanese government reported at least 40 people were reported injured and nearly 100 buildings destroyed.
The tsunami of magnitude 6 that hit the island at 4:10 p.me. local a.m., killing at first three people but later killing a further four, left some 100,000 residents homeless.
The island of Kyushu, the capital of the northern part of Japan, was