Southern Japan hit by 5.0 magnitude quake, no tsunami

TOKYO An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.0 hit southern Japan late on Tuesday but was not likely to cause a tsunami, Japan Meteorological Agency said. The 11:31 p.m. (10.31 a.m. ET) quake was centered in the Bungo strait connecting the …
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