Southern Japan was hit with a magnitude 5.2 earthquake on Tuesday, however no tsunami warning has been issued and there is no immediate report of mass injuries or damage.
The earthquake was believed to be centred just off shore from the city of Kagoshima on the island of Kyushu.
A nuclear power plant in the area reported that it had not affected them and that two reactors were in operation with no irregularities.
In 2011 Japans north east coast was rocked by a magnitude 9 earthquake which resulted in a tsunami which lead to the world’s worst nuclear crisis since Chernobly in 1986.
Source : Reuters
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