Original story: 08/24/16
While many are reeling after the earthquake in Italy, a 6.8 magnitude one shook Myanmar. Three people were killed including two children. Some pagodas build between the 11th and 13th centuries were damaged. Tremors were felt as far away as Thailand and Bangladesh. The USGS said the quake struck near Chauk. Source: MSN: Myanmar earthquake kills three, damages scores of ancient temples
Update: 8/26/16: CCTV footage
Closed circuit TV captured the quake and damage as it happened.
Update: 8/29/16: Damage assessment
Authorities stated 397 pagodas were damaged in the earthquake. The Deputy Director General of the Department of Archaeology, Thein Lwin, told reporters the restoration work would take at least a year. The Cultural Ministry also placed a temporary ban on climbing some of the pagodas. Source: First Post: Myanmar earthquake damages nearly 400 ancient temples, restoration to take more than a year
Update: 9/02/16: Photos of the damaged pagodas. Source: BBC: Images from Bagan historic sites