Two quakes in Myanmar

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    YANGON, Myanmar — Two strong earthquakes struck northeastern Myanmar less than a minute apart Thursday night. They could be felt as far away as Bangkok, but a tsunami was not generated.






    The first 7.0-magnitude quake was just six miles (10 kilometers) deep, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was followed by another of the same strength but far deeper: 140 miles (230 kilometers).


    US monitor says 2 7-magnitude earthquakes strikes northeastern Myanmar; no tsunami generated - The Washington Post
     

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