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Magnitude 7.2 earthquake jolts Papua New Guinea
A magnitude 7.2 earthquake has rattled the Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea, cutting power and knocking items off shelves though there were no immediate reports of serious damage.
The quake hit around 7:20am Tuesday (21:20 GMT Monday) 33 kilometres southeast of Bulolo, on the country's eastern side, at a depth of 127km. It was felt in the capital Port Moresby about 250km away.