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There has been continuous seismic activity (in excess of Magnitude 6.0) in Northern Sumatra and on the Nicobar Islands, India, which followed the Magnitude 9.0 Earthquake on December 26, 00.58 GMT
On January 1, 2005: Magnitude 6.5 on the Richter scale was recorded in Northern Sumatra
For further details see: Earthquakes Worldwide in the Last 30 Days (of magnitude >= 4)
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