Quake hits off Japan's Fukushima, no tsunami risk

TOKYO: A 5.6-magnitude earthquake on Tuesday struck northeastern Japan near the disaster-hit Fukushima nuclear plant but there was no fear of a tsunami, Japanese and US authorities said. The quake struck at a depth of 42.3 kilometres (26 miles) in the …
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