English news has been slow at reporting the latest earthquake to hit the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy so here is a little summary of what I have translated from Italian news sites Corriere della Sera and la Repubblica. At 9am local time on the 29th of May, there was an earthquake centered 25 miles north-west of Bologna, measuring 5.8 on the Richter scale and with about 10km depth. Further buildings have been damaged and collapsed after the events of last week's earthquake and aftershocks with this latest quake. Reports confirm ten dead, but figures are expected to rise as rubble and ruin is cleared. Schools and offices have been evacuated and cellphone networks are overloading - authorities are calling for the removal of passwords from private wi-fi networks to allow for the widest availability for communication.