YANGON, Myanmar — The 6.8-magnitude earthquake that hit Myanmar on Thursday has killed more than 50 people and injured 40, with the death toll expected to rise. The quake was centered about 69 miles north of the Thai town of Chiang Rai. One person was confirmed dead in Thailand. Continue reading.
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A Thai Buddhist monk beside a collapsed 800-year-old pagoda at Wat Chedi Luang temple, Chiang Saen district, Chiang Rai province near the Thai-Myanmar border in northern Thailand, on 25 March after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck the region.