Deadly Earthquake Hits Off the Coast of Southern Mexico

The strongest earthquake to hit Mexico in a century struck off the the country's southern coast early Friday morning, killing at least five and triggering tsunamis. The quake, which was felt as far as Mexico City and Guatemala City, hit Mexico's west coast as the country faces heavy rains from Hurricane Katia to the east. The epicenter was in the Pacific Ocean, some 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) southeast of the Mexican capital and 74 miles (120 kilometers) from its Pacific Coast.