Indonesia says 6.8 quake in Seram island

Indonesia's geophysics agency said on Thursday that an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 had struck in the eastern part of the archipelago in Seram island in Maluku province.
The agency said there was no risk of a tsunami being triggered by the quake, but a spokesman said it's possible buildings in the area could be damaged.
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