Earthquake strikes Nicaragua, shaking buildings in capital

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April 14, 2014 08:59

 
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An earthquake struck Nicaragua early on Monday morning, shaking buildings in the capital Managua.

An official at Nicaragua's seismological authorities said the quake measured 5.6 in magnitude but had struck at a shallow depth, making it more powerfully felt.

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