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Strong undersea quake hits off PNG island

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck off the remote coast of New Britain island in Papua New Guinea on Wednesday, but disaster officials said it would take days to receive reports from the area. The southern coast of New Britain is home to scattered villages that take days to reach by foot. “We have not received any reports of damage as yet because it takes days to reach the south coast of New Britain,” said disaster official Peter Barkie from the town of Kimbe in the north of New Britain. Full Story

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