Tsunami

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.

'CHILD OF KRAKATOA' VOLCANO IN INDONESIA IS STILL DANGEROUS

On December 22 at 9:03 p.m. local time, a 64-hectare (158-acre) chunk of Anak Krakatau volcano, in Indonesia, slid into the ocean following an eruption. This landslide created a tsunami that struck coastal regions in Java and Sumatra, killing at least 426 people and injuring 7,202, reported newsweek.com

Photos of Indonesia tsunami aftermath show devastation, tragedy

At least 281 people died and more than 1,000 were injured when the waves washed ashore along western Java and southern Sumatra islands Dec. 22 night following a volcanic eruption. Hundreds of homes and other buildings were "heavily damaged" when the tsunami struck, almost without warning. Click through for the photos that show the devastating impact of the tsunami.

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