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Magnitude 5.4 earthquake strikes South Korea

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Magnitude 5.4 earthquake strikes South KoreaA 5.4-magnitude earthquake shook South Korea's southeastern coast on Wednesday afternoon, but no casualties were immediately reported. People evacuated buildings near the epicentre and the shaking was felt in Seoul.The quake was...
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News video: CCTV shows moment powerful quake hit southern China

CCTV shows moment powerful quake hit southern China 00:34

Footage has emerged of the moment people ran away when a 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck southern China today (November 23).

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