Japan: Magnitude 4.9 quake hits Tokyo, no threat of tsunami

A 4.9-magnitude earthquake hit the Tokyo area on Thursday, the Meteorological Agency of Japan said. However, the authorities did not issue any tsunami warning. According to the agency, the quake was centred in northwestern Chiba prefecture, east to Tokyo.
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