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A strong magnitude 6.2 earthquake occurred at 01:52:06 (UTC) on Friday, August 28, 2009, in the Northern Tibetan region, 35 km ESE of Da Qaidam, at a Depth of 10 km

Location 37.721N, 95.684E

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Two quakes which struck the Himalayan region of Tibet have killed at least 30 people, Chinese state media report.
The earthquakes struck about 16km (10 miles) and 15 minutes apart in a sparsely populated area about 84km (50 miles) west of Tibet's capital, Lhasa.

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A strong magnitude 6.6 earthquake occurred at 08:30:45 (UTC) on Monday, October 06, 2008, in the Eastern Tibetan region, 80 km West of Lhasa, Tibet, at a Depth of 10 km

Location 29.757N, 90.302E

-- Edited by Blobrana at 10:36, 2008-10-06

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A strong magnitude 6.3 earthquake occurred at 13:22:02 (UTC) on Monday, August 25, 2008, in the Western Tibet region, 225 km NE from Jumla, Nepal, at a Depth of 35 km

Location 30.919N, 83.587E


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A total of four earthquakes -- the strongest of them a powerful 7.2 magnitude quake -- hit western China on Friday.

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A spokesman for China's Earthquake Administration said that there were no reports of injuries, but some houses had collapsed, and the area is sparsely populated.
The last earthquake in the Hotan area struck in 1992, with a magnitude of 5.9.

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A strong magnitude 7.4 earthquake occurred at 22:33 (UTC) on Thursday, March 20, 2008, in the Xinjiang-Tibetan border region, 235 km SE from Hotan, Xinjiang, China, at a Depth of 33 km

Location 35.520N, 81.670E

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A moderate magnitude 5.9 earthquake occurred at 11:54:45 (UTC) on Wednesday, January 16, 2008, in the Central Tibetan region, 450 km NE of Jumla, Nepal, at a Depth of 11.7 km.

Location 32.388N, 85.226E

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A strong magnitude 6.3 earthquake occurred at 08:26:45 (UTC) on Wednesday, January 09, 2008, in the Central Tibetan region, 445 km NE of Jumla, Nepal, at a Depth of 10 km

Location 32.341N, 85.146E

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