The quakes – of magnitude 5.4 and 5.9 – struck the Batanes islands within hours of each other, according to the US Geological Survey. No tsunami alerts were issued.
Authorities in Mali said more than 20 people died after tire of a minibus blew out, causing the vehicle to swerve into the path of the lorry coming the other way.
Local disaster official Abdul Muin Paputungan said one person was confirmed dead and 14 people with injuries ranging from light to serious had been rescued. As many as 60 people were buried, he said.
Volunteers and family members can continue searching and emergency response efforts would continue until the end of the month, said Indonesia's disaster agency.
Rescue operations continue on Sulawesi island in Indonesia a week after a devastating earthquake and tsunami last Friday. The death toll is now above 1,500, but that could rise as central areas of the hard-hit island have not yet been reached.
The worst floods in a century in the Indian state of Kerala have killed hundreds of people and forced hundreds of thousands into relief camps.
Officials say there are "serious indications of arson" at a resort near Athens that sparked a wildfire, killing at least 82 people. But experts warn the gutted town had been built like a "fire trap," with few escape routes.
This year, unprecedented weather conditions and natural disasters caused billions of dollars of damage. Devastating floods, category 5 hurricanes and earthquakes are ravaging mainly the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and the US.
About 18,000 people have been forced to flee their homes because of the wildfires that have been fuelled by strong winds and searing temperatures.
Authorities have not updated the overnight tally of 15 bodies that were found following the landslide. There are still 118 people unaccounted for.
At least one person is reported injured in the quakes, that Italy's national geophysics institute says are linked to the deadly August earthquake.
A new study finds that the waters in Rio are so badly polluted, that ingesting just ‘three teaspoons' of water almost guarantees infection by Adenovirus. That's not even the worst of it.
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