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February 12, 2017
6 dead after strong quake shakes southern Philippines
Surigao City, Philippines (AFP) Feb 11, 2017
Rescuers dug through rubble Saturday to find survivors after a powerful earthquake struck the southern Philippines, killing at least six people and sending thousands fleeing for safety. Residents of the southern town of Surigao in Mindanao island spent the night huddled in fear as aftershocks rocked the city following the 6.5-magnitude quake which struck late Friday when many people were already in bed. Provincial disaster management officer Ramon Gotinga said that most of those killed had died ... read more

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