Japan: Earthquake of magnitude 6.1 rattles Bonin island, no causalities reported yet

Tokyo: A 6.1-magnitude earthquake hit off Japan’s Bonin Islands on Thursday but there was no tsunami risk, seismologists said. Representational image. PTI[/caption The quake hit at a depth of 450 kilometres (280 miles) at 02:27 am (17.27 GMT) 770 …
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