Rescue teams are frantically searching for survivors after a powerful earthquake in northern Italy - the second in nine days.
The 5.8-magnitude quake struck just after 9am local time in an area that had already suffered substantial damage following a quake on May 20.
That seismic event left seven people dead and some 5,000 in temporary accommodation.
The latest tremor has claimed the lives of at least 15 people, and injured 200.
Factories, warehouses and churches collapsed, dealing another blow to a region where thousands are still homeless from a stronger tremor earlier this month.
There are fears other people could be dead beneath the rubble of buildings following the latest tragedy.
One of the victims was a parish priest at Rovereto di Novi, after part of the church he was in collapsed. He was named locally as Father Ivo Martini.
Dozens more people were reported injured, including a woman who jumped from the second floor of her apartment. Read More