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Natural disasters

7.6 quake damages buildings in Indonesia, felt in Australia

Indonesian authorities issue tsunami warning but no anomaly seen

A beach during sunset in Bali, Indonesia: A quake struck the country's Tanimbar region on Jan. 10.   © Reuters

JAKARTA (AP) -- A powerful deep-sea earthquake damaged village buildings in eastern Indonesia early Tuesday, and its substantial shaking was widely felt in northern Australia.

Indonesia's Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysical Agency issued a tsunami warning after the magnitude 7.6 temblor that was lifted three hours later.

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