Aftershocks possible after 6.4-magnitude earthquake: seismologists
Taipei, March 4 (CNA) The possibility of aftershocks cannot beruled out for a month after a 6.4-magnitude earthquake -- the biggestin the south of the country in a century -- that rocked southernTaiwan Thursday, according to seismologists.
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