More tremors in Italy
ROME - Italy's Civil Protection agency says it expects to help about 3,000 residents overnight in the central and southern part of the country following the latest tremor.
Sunday morning's quake was 6.6 in magnitude and was centered in the mountains of central Italy.
People are sleeping in their own tents, cars and campers, or have found other places to stay.
Numerous tremors have following an Aug. 24 quake that killed nearly 300 people.
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