North-west of Indonesia rocked by strong earthquake

No tsunami warning after latest Indonesia quake


According to the US Geological Survey, strong magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck 107 miles north-north-west of the Maluku Islands in Indonesia.

Located in the Molucca Sea Collision Zone, the quakes are common for the isles, as well as volcanic eruptions.

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The latest quake, which centered at the depth of some 37 miles, did not trigger a warning from the US Tsunami Warning System.