Italy earthquake: 120 dead so far, hundreds missing; Israel offers aid
At least 120 people were killed when a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday morning. Reports from a number of villages and towns said that there are hundreds of people missing and dozens of wounded. In Amatrice, a small town about 120 km northeast of Rome, the mayor said that much of the town had been wiped out and that many people were buried in the rubble. Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu expressed condolences to the Italian nation and offered aid to his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi.