M6.0 Earthquake Strikes Indonesia on 06 July, 2013A 6.0-Magnitude earthquake hits 157km SW of Sungaipenuh on Sumatra Island, Indonesia. No casualties or damage were recorded from the quake that has a depth of 19.7 km on July 6, 2013 - 05:05:06 UTC.
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M 6.1 earthquake hits off Indonesia's coast, 02 July, 2013.An earthquake with magnitude 6.1 occurred near Banda Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia at 07:37:02.90 UTC on Jul 2, 2013, killing 22 people, injuring more than 200 and damaging thousands of homes.
M 6.7 earthquake hits off Indonesia's coast.An earthquake with magnitude 6.7 occurred near Christmas Island at 16:47:23.39 UTC on Jun 13, 2013
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Earthquake in Papua, Indonesia, 06 April, 2013M 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes in Papua, Indonesia
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Indonesia Earthquake, 10 Dec 2012M 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes in Indonesia
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History of Earthquake in Sumatra, Indonesia
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Indonesia Earthquake, 14 Sept 20126.3 Mw Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Sumatra in Indonesia
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Indonesia Earthquake, 11 Apr 20128.7 Mw Magnitude at Nothern Sumatra
|Description : Earthquake 8.7 Mw magnitude occurred at West Coast of Nothern Sumatra in Indonesia at 15:38 local time (08:38 GMT) on 11 Apr 2012. Also it was followed by an aftershock of 8.2 Mw just a couple of hours later.|
Indonesia Earthquake, 25 oct 20107.7 Magnitude
Jakarta Earthquake 1 oct 20096.8 Magnitude
October 1, 2009 12.00 pm GMT
The total number of deaths has increased to 467 in Jakarta, Indonesia, after it was hit by a massive earthquake of magnitude 7.6 on September 30, 2009. The figures of the death tally have been confirmed by the government officials of Indonesia. After experiencing an earthquake of magnitude 7.6, the country again faced a powerful, shallow inland earthquake of magnitude 6.8, today morning. This second earthquake was recorded about 150 miles south of Padang at a depth of less than 20 miles. The tsunami alert which was raised after yesterday's earthquake is now officially revoked.
Indonesia Earthquake 30 sep 20097.6 Magnitude
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|September 30, 2009 12.00 pm GMT|
The populated island of java, Indonesia was struck by a magnitude 7.6 earthquake, around 10 AM GMT on September 30, 2009. The earthquake registered some 33 miles from Padang, the capital city of West Sumatra. A tsunami watch has been issued by the pacific Tsunami Warning Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for Indonesia, India, Thailand and Malaysia. This earthquake has claimed close to 60 lives, dozens of missing persons and more than 10,000 damaged buildings.
Southern Sumatra, Indonesia Earthquake 22 nov 20086.8 Magnitude
MINAHASA, SULAWESI, INDONESIA 16 nov 20087.5 Magnitude
HALMAHERA, INDONESIA 11 sep 20086.6 Magnitude
No damages or casualties have been reported in the earthquake that struck Halmahera, Indonesia on 11 Sept. 2008. The earthquake of magnitude 6.6 on Richter Scale struck the region with a depth of 93 km. Minor earthquakes in the magnitude range of 4.5 to 4.8 are frequent in this region. A strong earthquake of 7.0 had hit Halmahera on May 26, 2003. The epicenter of current quake has been located at 1.865N & 127.438E, which is 119 km north of Ternate, Moluccas, Indonesia, 291 km east of Manado, Sulawesi, Indonesia and 994 km southwest of Koror, Palau
SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA 8 aug 20086.0 Magnitude
An earthquake of magnitude 6.0 in Richter Scale struck Southern Sumatra in Indonesia. The epicenter was located at 3.921S and 101.084E, with a depth of 35 km under the sea. Sumatra Island and the nearby regions are earthquake prone. A powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 8.7 on Richter Scale had hit this region in 2005, bringing serious damage to life (1,300 people died) and property.