5.4 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes South Of Fiji


Suva: A 5.4 magnitude earthquake jolted south of the Fiji Islands about 7.30am (AEST) on Wednesday, less than a day after a stronger quake rocked the Pacific Island nation.
There were no reports of damage and no tsunami warning was issued.

Earlier on Sunday a massive earthquake of 5.9 magnitude struck off the Mexican west coast, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said.

The epicentre of the quake was 99 km south-southwest of Tonala, in Chiapas State.
Earlier, Mexico’s capital was shattered by a magnitude 7.1 quake on Tuesday that flattened dozens of buildings and killed at least 307 people.

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Another magnitude 6.2 earthquake shook southern Mexico on Saturday and was felt in the capital, where seismic alarms sounded.