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6.1 magnitude earthquake jolts Aleutian Islands near Alaska

Christian Fernsby |
A powerful tremor hit 243 kilometres from Adak, Alaska, with the epicentre of the quake situated at a depth of 17 km, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

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Topics: ALASKA   

No tsunami warning has been issued by the authorities. There also have not been any reports about victims or damages caused by the earthquake.

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