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Moderate quake jolts Japan, two injured

A moderate earthquake jolted central and western Japan on Sunday, injuring two people, and a smaller tremor hit hours later, but there were no reports of major damage and no tsunami warning was issued. An official at Kameyama City, one of the sites hardest hit by the magnitude 5.4 quake, said there had been reports of roof tiles falling from houses and walls collapsing, but no power outage or major disruption to the water system. Full Story

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