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A 7.2-magnitude earthquake shook the central Philippines on Tuesday, killing at least six people and damaging historic buildings. The quake was centered 56 kilometers deep on Bohol Island, across the strait from Cebu, a popular tourist area. No tsunami warning was issued. Cebu resident Sian Maynard tells VOA she was awoken by the early morning temblor, which was the strongest she has experienced. "I felt my room shake and I saw that the books on my bookshelf were falling off. Then I ...

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