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Aftershocks shake Vanuatu

Breaking Seismic News: Vanuatu
Two fresh earthquake aftershocks, one of magnitude 5.5, has hit Vanuatu after two powerful tremblors shook the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu.

The magnitude 5.5 aftershock occurred at 0327 (IST), the US Geological Survey reported on its web site.

The quake was located 150 kilometres south of Vanautu's volcanic island of Tanna - the same general area as the magnitude 5.2 after shock that rocked the area at 9:37 pm local time on Sunday.
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