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Natural disasters

Two strong earthquakes shake Taiwan, but no damage reported

Larger one had magnitude 6.6; epicenters in sparsely populated southeast

Two strong earthquakes in southeastern Taiwan early on March 23 were felt in Taipei and elsewhere across the island.   © Reuters

TAIPEI (Reuters) -- Buildings shook in Taipei early on Wednesday morning as two earthquakes in quick succession -- one with a magnitude of 6.6 -- struck southeastern Taiwan, but there were no immediate reports of damage.

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