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Mail Online   04 February 2020   Puerto Rico  
<p>A magnitude 5.0 aftershock rattled southern Puerto Rico on Tuesday, causing some cracks but no reported injuries in a region that has been shaken by continuing quakes for more than a month.<br />Officials in the southwest coastal town of Guayanilla reported ...
BBC NEWS   27 November 2019   Albania   Tirana  
<p>Rescuers are scrambling to find survivors under the rubble of buildings in Albania, where a strong earthquake has killed 26 people and injured 650.<br />The magnitude-6.4 tremor struck 34km (21 miles) north-west of the capital, Tirana, as people slept in ...
The Guardian   26 November 2019   Albania   Tirana  
<p>At least nine people have died and 600 people have been injured after a powerful earthquake hit Albania in the early hours of Tuesday, causing damage along the country&rsquo;s Adriatic coastline and in the capital, Tirana. Several buildings collapsed, burying ...
Temlor.net   10 June 2016   USA   S. California  
<p>Today&rsquo;s quake struck along the central San Jacinto fault, a major element of the southern San Andreas system with its own history of large and frequent quakes, and so at high risk of future events. But the aftershocks do not line up along the right-lateral ...
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Katmandu Post   24 February 2016   Nepal   Myagdi district  
<p>Feb 24, 2016- Narchyang, Dana, Bhurung-Tatopani, Ghar and Histan villages in Myagdi district were covered in thick plumes of dust following Sunday&rsquo;s night&rsquo;s massive dry landslide, which was triggered by an aftershock. A magnitude 5.5 aftershock ...
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The Telegraph   12 May 2015   Nepal   Namche Bazar  
<p>Nepal has been hit by another earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4, forcing people in the capital and beyond to rush out on to the streets, only weeks after a 7.8 magnitude quake killed more than 8,000 people.</p>
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