Earthquake tremors felt in Malaysia
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According to AFP, "A strong 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's Sulawesi island on Monday [night], geologists said, but there were no immediate reports of damage or tsunami warnings issued." Full story here.
Today (Tuesday, 14th June 2011), two earthquakes struck northern Sumatra in the morning, The Star (a Malaysian newspaper) reported. They were 5.5-magnitude and 5.6-magnitude earthquakes respectively. The first happened at 8.08 a.m. and the second at 11.01 a.m.
Many Malaysians claim to have felt tremors around 11 a.m. Here are their tweets: (Click to the following pages to read)
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