Video: Breaking News -Massive 7.9 Earthquake Hits Philippines-Tsunami Alert-August 31st 2012 part of 7.9 magnitude earthquake hits the Pacific Ocean

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According to US Geological Survey website, a major 7.9 earthquake hit the sea area east of the Philippines. The said quake had a depth of 33 kilometres (20 miles) and hit at 8:47 pm, Friday...
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Breaking News -Massive 7.9 Earthquake Hits Philippines-Tsunami Alert-August 31st 2012

Aug 31st 2012 - An earthquake of 7.9 magnitude struck off the Philippines on Friday and a tsunami warning has been issued for the region, the US Geological Survey and the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. The quake was centred off the east coast, 91 miles (146 km) off the town of Guiuan in Samar province at a depth of about 20 miles (32 km), USGS said. The tsunami warning was issued for the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea and other islands in the Pacific including the US state of Hawaii. --- indonesian tsunami, tsunami history, boxing day tsunami, japanese tsunami, japan tsunami alert, tsunami 2004, tokyo tsunami, tsunami of 2004, --- Breaking News -Massive 7.9 Earthquake Hits Philippines-1000s Missing-Tsunami Alert-August 31st 2012 Breaking News -Massive 7.9 Earthquake Hits Philippines-1000s Missing-Tsunami Alert-August 31st 2012 Breaking News -Massive 7.9 Earthquake Hits Philippines-1000s Missing-Tsunami Alert-August 31st 2012 Breaking News -Massive 7.9 Earthquake Hits Philippines-1000s Missing-Tsunami Alert-August 31st 2012
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