AN undersea earthquake of magnitude 6.6 has occurred near Vanuatu in the South Pacific but experts say there is no immediate risk of a tsunami. The earthquake struck at 4.54pm (AEST) at latitude 19.490S, longitude 168.410E, The Courier-Mail reports.
The Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre said in a statement that there was no tsunami threat to the Australian mainland, islands or territories.
Undersea earthquake strikes to the west of the islands of Vanuatu
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