Costa Rica Quake
A powerful earthquake hit Costa Rica in Central America, killing at least three and injuring many others.
The quake measure 6.1 on the Richter scale, meaning it was a very strong earthquake capable of being extremely destructive.
Tremors from the quake triggered a huge landslide northwest of the capital city, San Jose.
It cut off electricity in parts of San Jose and officials said there was lots of damage to houses and roads.