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    5.8 Magnitude Quake Shakes Northern Canada - US Geological Survey

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    A 5.8 magnitude earthquake has struck in Nunavut territory in far northern Canada, the US Geological Survey said Monday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The epicenter of the quake was centered 86 kilometers (55 miles) north-west of Canada's Resolute settlement, a small Inuit hamlet on Cornwallis Island, and hit at a depth of 19 kilometers (11.8 miles).

    ​No data on victims or damage, as well as no tsunami threat has been recorded yet.

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