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Magnitude 5.7 Earthquake Hits Honshu, Japan

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By HVnews on February 29, 2012

Seismologists measured the earthquake near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, at magnitude 5.7.

So far, no lasting damage has occurred. The quake, an aftershock of the 9.0-magnitude Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, killing more than 15,000, in March 2011, may have registered as shaking and minor damage to buildings, says NOLA.com.



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