Another temblor strikes Italy as death toll rises to 247; hundreds still missing
A 4.7 magnitude earthquake struck central Italy on Thursday morning with the epicenter in Norsica, about 150 kilometers north of Rome. The death toll from the previous day's temblor has reached 247 as rescue teams and the Italian military continue to search for hundreds of missing individuals. A number of people were rescued from the rubble overnight. Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu has offered to send the IDF Home Front Command's rescue unit to Italy but so far Rome has not requested assistance from any country.