Ecuador digs out from deadly earthquake
Tales of devastating losses are emerging from the rubble as Ecuador digs out of an earthquake that left 350 dead.
Picking up what's left
April 18, 2016: A man, whose wife and unborn son were killed during a 7.8-magnitude earthquake, recovers belongings from his collapsed home, in La Chorrera, Ecuador.
Remembering the victims
April 18, 2016: Lit candles burn in front of a collapsed building, as a tribute to victims of an 7.8 magnitude earthquake, in La Chorrera, Ecuador.
Getting some sleep
April 17, 2016: Residents sleep under a makeshift tent outside the emergency center in the town of Portoviejo, Ecuador.
Trying to cope
April 17, 2016: Men cry at as they sit amid the debris of their earthquake demolished house in Pedernales, Ecuador.
April 17, 2016: A flattened taxi is seen under the debris of a collapsed hotel as heavy machinery works at the site, after an earthquake struck off the Pacific coast, in Portoviejo.
A body removed
April 17, 2016: Volunteers carry a body they pulled from the rubble, in Pedernales, Ecuador.
April 17, 2016: A man holds a child next to a collapsed building caused by a 7.8 earthquake in Portoviejo, Ecuador.
Sifting through the rubble
April 17, 2016: A bulldozer moves rubble after an earthquake in Portoviejo, Ecuador.