Earthquake of magnitude 6.5 strikes in China's Sichuan province
An earthquake measuring 6.5 in magnitude struck in China's mountainous southwestern province of Sichuan on Tuesday, the US Geological Survey said.
The quake struck 200 km (120 miles) west northwest of the city of Guangyuan at a depth of 10 km (6 miles), USGS said. It earlier put it at 6.6 magnitude and 32 km deep.
There were no immediate reports of damage from an area frequently struck by earthquakes.
A quake in Sichuan in May 2008 killed almost 70,000 people.
Babu Rajendran Chandran
My sincere condolences to China for the loss of innocent citizen''s lives due to the earthquakes,but I sincerely wish for a severe earthquake to strike the South China Sea region and destroy the artificial islands built there by the Chinkis.
Punishment for arrogance of PLA
I have a superb comment about Chinese, I can't stop laughing... but so many people died, not the right time... Sorry for those who died, sorry for those who survived, for they will still be governed by ping pong idiots..
Global times today's headline 'We can warn other neighbour daily about the war but we su*ked and failed to warn our people about the Earthquake'
Nobody can provide any meaningful warning of an earthquake with today''s technology. Japan just has better earthquake resistant building codes.
tell me which country can warn quake??Japan??
Punishment for Doklam barking. Simple