A 6.6 magnitude earthquake was reported in the New Britain region of Papua New Guinea. There have been no reports of tsunami warnings being issued. Strong shaking was felt in Rabaul, a New Britain town about 250 miles (400 kilometers) away from the epicenter. Three moderate aftershocks in the 4+ magnitude range have followed the quake in rapid succession.
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