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Taiwan is shaken by a 6.7-magnitude earthquake that injures one person.

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As it sits at the crossroads of two tectonic plates, Taiwan is subjected to earthquakes on a regular basis. The US Geological Survey first evaluated the earthquake to be magnitude 6.9 at 1:41 a.m. (1741 GMT Tuesday), but later lowered it to 6.7. According to Chen Kuo-chang, chief of Taiwan’s Central Weather Bureau’s Seismological Center, there were roughly 150 aftershocks, the most of which were under 3.6 magnitude.

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