Indonesia issues tsunami warning after quake

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July 26, 2007 09:21

 
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A powerful earthquake off eastern Indonesia triggered a tsunami warning on Thursday, and sent panicked residents fleeing from buildings, authorities and witnesses said. The magnitude 7 quake struck under the Maluku Sea at a depth of 33 kilometers, the US geological survey said on its Web site. Its epicenter was more than 200 kilometers north of Ternate city. Indonesia's geological agency issued a tsunami warning that was broadcast on national television.

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