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6.1 Magnitude Earthquake Was Registered in Bali

There is no danger of a tsunami.
An earthquake shook the Indonesian island of Bali, the island of Lombok, and the province of East Java.

The earthquake was with a magnitude of 6.1 and caused damage to homes and temples. According to local authorities, the earthquake triggered panic, but no tsunami warning was announced.

7.3 Magnitude Earthquake Was Recorded in the Sea of Indonesia

An earthquake with magnitude 7.3 on the Richter scale was recorded in the sea east of Indonesia.

The earthquake was felt in Australia, where some areas were evacuated.

No tsunami warning yet.

There are also no reports of casualties and destruction.

The epicenter of the earthquake was 220 kilometers deep.

At Least 15 People Died after a Ferry Sank Near the Indonesian Island of Java

At least 15 people were killed in a ferry sinking near the Indonesian island of Java yesterday, local police said on Friday, quoted by the French press. The ship, with fifty people on board, overturned in a stormy sea near the island of Madura. The ferry, which the police believe was overloaded, overturned after it was hit by a high wave, writes "Sega."

UN: By 2100, Earth's Population Could Reach a Peak of 11 Billion People

The population of the planet will increase by 2 billion people over the next 30 years and will reach 9.7 billion in 2050. This is predicted by a UN report on global demographic change, the French press and TASS said.

By 2100, Earth's population could reach a peak of 11 billion people, the UN says.

Google Maps Shows the Tracking Cameras as Well as Speed Limits

Users from around the world will have access to the service, reported NOVA TV. 

Speed ​​tracking cameras are already available on Google Maps.

Service users have access to the latest version of the application. The company has not yet published an official announcement about countries where the service is active.

6 People Died and 200 Others Were Injured as a Result of the Protests in Indonesia

Dozens of protesters were arrested in Indonesia after mass protests against the re-election of President Joko Widodo, the BBC reported.

Yesterday evening, the protests in the capital, Jakarta, began peacefully, but soon became furious, cars were set on fire, and protesters threw rocks at police using tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons.

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