6.5 Quake Rocks Southern Indonesia: United States Geological Survey

The tremor was measured at a depth of 91 kilometres (56 miles) and struck less than a kilometre (mile) east-southeast of the coastal town of Cipatujah, USGS said.

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6.5 Quake Rocks Southern Indonesia: United States Geological Survey

Epicentre of the quake about 52 kms southwest of Tasikmalaya. (File)

Indonesia:  A strong 6.5 earthquake rocked southern Indonesia near the island of Java late Friday evening, the US Geological Survey said.  

The tremor was measured at a depth of 91 kilometres (56 miles) and struck less than a kilometre (mile) east-southeast of the coastal town of Cipatujah, USGS said. There was no immediate indication of a tsunami.

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