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PLANETARY TREMORS: Oaxaca, Mexico Hit With 6.3 Magnitude ...

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  • Strong quake felt in Mexico City

    Buildings rocked back and forth for several seconds in the center of the city Monday afternoon...Geological Survey says initial information indicates that the magnitude was around 6 and the epicenter was near the border of Guerrero and Oaxaca states,...
  • Quake strikes Mexico, no major damage reported

      International Business Times
    Geological Survey said the tremor registered magnitude 6.3 and centred 175 km (108 miles) east-south-east of the tourist resort of Acapulco, not far from where a much more powerful earthquake struck last month. "It felt strong, but thank God nothing...
  • Quake measuring 6.3 hits Mexico
    Mexico Monday, sending thousands of people into the streets of the capital in fear...The quake struck at 1736 GMT with its epicenter some 158 kilometers (98 miles) from Huajuapan de Leon, Oaxaca, at a depth of 12.3 kilometers (7.6 miles), the US...
  • Strong 6.3 aftershock in Mexico

      The Orange County Register
    27 am · What appears to be the most powerful aftershock yet from last month's magnitude 7.4 earthquake in Mexico caused buildings to sway in Mexico City and office workers to hurry outdoors, but there were no early reports of damage.
  • Strong earthquake felt in Mexico City

      Houston Chronicle
    Mexico was shaken Monday afternoon by a strong apparent aftershock from a powerful earthquake late last month. Officials said there were no immediate reports of serious damage or injuries from the quake, which had an initial magnitude of 6.3. Office...
  • Quake strikes Mexico, no initial damage reported

      Yedioth Ahronoth
    It was measured at a depth of 6.2 miles, the survey said. (Reuters)  



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