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Earthquake reports and news:
Earthquake report world-wide for Monday, 8 Jan 2018
Monday Jan 08, 2018 23:20 PM | BY: EARTHQUAKEMONITOR
World map showing earthquakes above magnitude 3 during the past 24 hours on 8 Jan 2018Summary: 27 quakes M3+, 27 quakes M4+, 2 quakes M5+ (56 total)
+: 27 earthquakes
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+: 2 earthquakes
List of 10 largest earthquakes in the world (past 24 hours):M 5.3 quake: Northern Colombia on Mon, 8 Jan 12h58M 5.2 quake: Northern Molucca Sea on Mon, 8 Jan 14h09M 4.9 quake: 103km W of San Antonio de los Cobres, Argentina on Sun, 7 Jan 23h56M 4.8 quake: Northern Molucca Sea on Mon, 8 Jan 14h09M 4.8 quake: GALAPAGOS ISLANDS REGION on Mon, 8 Jan 17h38M 4.8 quake: south of the Fiji Islands on Mon, 8 Jan 22h56M 4.7 quake: 108km W of Rabaul, Papua New Guinea on Mon, 8 Jan 14h41M 4.6 quake: 4.6 SIMEULUE, INDONESIA on Mon, 8 Jan 15h51M 4.6 quake: 22km SSE of Yanai, Japan on Mon, 8 Jan 20h52M 4.5 quake: 13km SW of El Affroun, Algeria on Mon, 8 Jan 16h20
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