Use this map to explore coverage of the Italian earthquake in video, audio, pictures and text.
The 6.3 magnitude earthquake that hit central Italy on Monday brought death and destruction to many small towns in the area.
When first loaded, the map's focus falls on the centre of city of L'Aquila, where dozens died and rescue efforts continue.
Scroll around the map and zoom out for more reports from the epicentre, to the north, and surrounding villages and towns.
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- Why is no damage visible on the satellite images?
The satellite images, which make up the map, were taken before the earthquake struck.
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