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Earthquake report world-wide for Wednesday, 10 Jan 2018
Wednesday Jan 10, 2018 23:20 PM | BY: EARTHQUAKEMONITOR
World map showing earthquakes above magnitude 3 during the past 24 hours on 10 Jan 2018Summary: 42 quakes M3+, 20 quakes M4+, 4 quakes M5+, 1 quake M7+ (67 total)
+: 42 earthquakes
+: 20 earthquakes
+: 4 earthquakes
+: 1 earthquake
List of 10 largest earthquakes in the world (past 24 hours):M 7.5 quake: North of Honduras on Wed, 10 Jan 02h51M 5.2 quake: KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND on Wed, 10 Jan 01h03M 5.1 quake: 127km ESE of Tadine, New Caledonia on Wed, 10 Jan 05h12M 5.0 quake: Northern Chile on Wed, 10 Jan 03h16M 5.0 quake: Mariana Islands Region on Wed, 10 Jan 01h46M 4.9 quake: 136km ESE of Tadine, New Caledonia on Wed, 10 Jan 05h17M 4.8 quake: 9 km al Sureste de Bijagua, Upala. on Wed, 10 Jan 02h56M 4.7 quake: Northern Molucca Sea on Wed, 10 Jan 11h40M 4.7 quake: Southern East Pacific Rise on Wed, 10 Jan 11h20M 4.7 quake: 23km N of Shizunai, Japan on Wed, 10 Jan 11h03
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