An earthquake of a magnitude of 4.5 strikes eastern Taiwan

On Monday, April 11, an earthquake measuring 4.5 on the Richter scale struck the shore of Hualien County in eastern Taiwan.

The epicenter of the tremor, according to Taiwan’s Central News Agency (CNA), was roughly 61.5 kilometers south of Hualien County, at a depth of 30.1 kilometers. There were no reports of damage or casualties at the time.

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A five-magnitude earthquake struck southern Thailand yesterday, with the epicenter 124 kilometers south of Taitung Province and a depth of 29.7 kilometers.

On March 23, a 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck south of Hualien County in east Taiwan, followed by a 6.1-magnitude earthquake and finally a 4.7-magnitude earthquake.

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