Italy's civil protection agency says at least 37 people have died in the magnitude 6 quake that struck central Italy.
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A major earthquake rocked Italy early Wednesday, collapsing homes as residents slept and reportedly killing at least 21 people.
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Father Savino D'Amelio was moved to tears by the deadly quake in his Amatrice Parish.
The full extent of the devastation in the central Italian town became evident after daybreak.
Police said the suspect — who shouted "Allahu akbar" both during the attack and while being arrested — did not have any known links to terrorism.