Strong quake hits Japan’s northern island, no tsunami danger

TOKYO (Reuters) – A strong earthquake on Friday jolted the same area of Japan’s northernmost main island of Hokkaido that was hit by one of the country’s most powerful tremors last month. The quake, w…
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