Tsunami warnings issued after 6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Taiwan

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Photos showed collapsed buildings in southern Taiwan following the powerful earthquake. The USGS initially registered it at 7.2, before downgrading it to 6.9

Hazardous tsunami waves are possible along coastlines within a 300-kilometer radius of a 6.9-magnitude earthquake that hit southeastern Taiwan on Sunday, the United States Geological Survey has said

The weather bureau said the epicenter was in Taitung county and followed a 6.4 magnitude temblor on Saturday evening in the same area, which caused no casualties.

- Epicurus

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