5.4 Quake Shakes Sunda Strait

In Asia, Earthquakes & Tsunamis, News Headlines

JAKARTA (Reuters) – A magnitude 5.4 earthquake hit Indonesia’s Sunda Strait on Tuesday, shaking buildings in the capital Jakarta, the country’s quake agency said.

The agency said the quake was at a depth of 23 kilometers and about 83 kilometers southeast of Ujungkulon on Java island.

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