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7.2 earthquake shakes northern Japan-USGS



TOKYO–A major 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck off northern Japan on Friday, seismologists said, but no tsunami warning was issued.

The quake hit at 0305 GMT near the Russian-administered Kuril island chain, 1,490 kilometres (926 miles) north of Tokyo, the US Geological Survey said. It was 122 km deep.


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Tags: Earthquake , Japan , Kuril Island Chain , Tokyo , USGS




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