7.7-magnitude earthquake strikes South Pacific, New Zealand tells people to move off waterfront over tsunami fears

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NOUMEA: A 7.7-magnitude earthquake struck in the South Pacific on Thursday, generating a tsunami that threatened island nations in the region.

The quake struck at just after midnight on Thursday local time (9.20pm on Wednesday, Singapore time) about 415km east of Vao in New Caledonia at a depth of …

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