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    History of deadly earthquakes
    
    
    The 1995 Kobe earthquake highlighted Japan`s lack of disaster preparation
    
    Earthquakes have claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in the last 100 years and improvements in technology have only slightly reduced the death toll.
    29 October 2008
    Up to 300 people are killed in the Pakistani province of Balochistan after an earthquake of 6.4 magnitude struck 70km (45 miles) north of Quetta.
    12 May 2008:
    Up to 87,000 people are killed or missing and as many as 370,000 injured by an earthquake in just one county in China`s south-western Sichuan province.
    The tremor, measuring 7.8, struck 92km (57 miles) from the provincial capital Chengdu during the early afternoon.
    15 August 2007:
    At least 519 people are killed in Peru`s coastal province of Ica, as a 7.90-magnitude undersea earthquake strikes about 145km (90 miles) south-east of the capital, Lima.
    17 July 2006:
    A 7.7 magnitude undersea earthquake triggers a tsunami that strikes a 200km (125-mile) stretch of the southern coast of Java, killing more than 650 people on the Indonesian island.
    27 May 2006:
    More than 5,700 people die when a magnitude 6.2 quake hits the Indonesian island of Java, devastating the city of Yogyakarta and surrounding areas.
    1 April 2006:
    Seventy people are killed and some 1,200 injured when an earthquake measuring 6.0 strikes a remote region of western Iran.
    8 October 2005:
    An earthquake measuring 7.6 strikes northern Pakistan and the disputed Kashmir region, killing more than 73,000 people and leaving millions homeless.
    28 March 2005:
    About 1,300 people are killed in an 8.7 magnitude quake off the coast of the Indonesian island of Nias, west of Sumatra.
    22 February 2005:
    Hundreds die in a 6.4 magnitude quake centred in a remote area near Zarand in Iran`s Kerman province.
    26 December 2004:
    Hundreds of thousands are killed across Asia when an earthquake measuring 8.9 triggers sea surges that spread across the region.
    24 February 2004:
    At least 500 people die in an earthquake which strikes towns on Morocco`s Mediterranean coast.
    26 December 2003:
    More than 26,000 people are killed when an earthquake destroys the historic city of Bam in southern Iran.
    21 May 2003:
    Algeria suffers its worst earthquake in more than two decades. More than 2,000 people die and more than 8,000 are injured in a quake felt across the sea in Spain.
    1 May 2003:
    More than 160 people are killed, including 83 children in a collapsed dormitory, in south-eastern Turkey.
    24 February 2003:
    More than 260 people die and almost 10,000 homes are destroyed in Xinjiang region, in western China.
    31 October 2002:
    Italy is traumatised by the loss of an entire class of children, killed in the southern village of San Giuliano di Puglia when their school building collapses on them.
    26 January 2001:
    An earthquake measuring magnitude 7.9 devastates much of Gujarat state in north-western India, killing nearly 20,000 people and making more than a million homeless. Bhuj and Ahmedabad are among the towns worst hit.
    12 November 1999:
    Around 400 people die when an earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale strikes Ducze, in north-west Turkey.
    21 September 1999:
    Taiwan is hit by a quake measuring 7.6 that kills nearly 2,500 people and causes damage to every town on the island.
    17 August 1999:
    An magnitude 7.4 earthquake rocks the Turkish cities of Izmit and Istanbul, leaving more than 17,000 dead and many more injured.
    30 May 1998:
    Northern Afghanistan is hit by a major earthquake, killing 4,000 people.
    May 1997:
    More than 1,600 killed in Birjand, eastern Iran, in an earthquake of magnitude 7.1.
    27 May 1995:
    The far eastern island of Sakhalin is hit by a massive earthquake, measuring 7.5, which claims the lives of 1,989 Russians.
    17 January 1995:
    The Hyogo quake hits the city of Kobe in Japan, killing 6,430 people.
    30 September 1993:
    About 10,000 villagers are killed in western and southern India.
    21 June 1990:
    Around 40,000 people die in a tremor in the northern Iranian province of Gilan.
    7 December 1988:
    An earthquake measuring 6.9 on the Richter scale devastates north-west Armenia, killing 25,000 people.
    19 September 1985:
    Mexico City is shaken by a huge earthquake which razes buildings and kills 10,000 people.
    28 July 1976:
    The Chinese city of Tangshan is reduced to rubble in a quake that claims at least 250,000 lives.
    23 December 1972:
    Up to 10,000 people are killed in the Nicaraguan capital Managua by an earthquake that measures 6.5
     
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