Seven people were killed by falling debris after an earthquake about 20 miles from Bologna, Italy, on Sunday. Two or more additional people may have been killed in the magnitude-6.0 quake in the historic northern Italian towns. The quake caused a ceramics factory to collapse in the town of Sant’Agostino and shook down the roof of a foundry in Tecopress di Dosso. Fifty or more people were injured in the disaster, reports said, as emergency officials rushed to the affected areas. It was the most serious quake to rattle the country since a 2009 tremor in L’Aquila that claimed almost 300 lives.