State wake hold for victims of M6.2 upheaval in executive Italy

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19:40 27 Aug 2016

ROME, Aug. 27, Kyodo

A day of anguish was celebrated in Italy on Saturday, as a Italian supervision hold a state wake for scores of people killed in a bulk 6.2 trembler that rocked a executive partial of a European nation progressing in a week.

Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi attended a rite during a church in Ascoli Piceno in a Marche region, where about 50 people died.

The upheaval that struck a nation during 3:36 a.m. Wednesday killed 290 people as of Saturday. The supervision authorities also estimated that some-more than 2,100 people were replaced especially since their homes collapsed.

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