6.9 Magnitude Earthquake In Japan Ogasawara Islands

Earthquake In Japan: A  6.9 magnitude earthquake on the Richter scale occurred on Saturday on the west coast of Japan’s Ogasawara Islands. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the templar located at 27.2 degrees north. And 140.7 degrees east longitude with its epicenter. The quake’s epicenter was about 490 kilometers inside the Earth. According to the report of Xinhua, no tsunami warning has issued yet. Immediately any damage or casualties in the earthquake report did not. There are relief and rescue teams on the spot.

Earthquake In Japan Ogasawara Islands

Significantly, Japan had issued a tsunami warning on Tuesday after a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck northwest Japan in June last year. The Meteorological Agency of Japan had predicted waves of about one meter (three feet) high on the beach north of Tokyo. Similarly, in December 2018, Anak Krakatoa volcano in Indonesia became active. The subsequent tsunami killed 280 people, while more than 1000 people were missing and injured.

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Dharmendra Dubey

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