5.6-magnitude earthquake injures five on Japan’s Honshu island; officials warn of stronger tremors to follow

Tokyo: A 5.6-magnitude quake hit western Japan early on Sunday, injuring five people and damaging buildings and roads, as officials warned stronger tremors could come in the days ahead. The shallow tremor was gauged as magnitude 5.6 by the US Geological …
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