TOKYO: Japan forecasts a slight change in sea level on Tuesday after magnitude 6 earthquake hits Bonin Islandsfar southeast of the country’s main islands.
The quake was at a depth of 40 km (25 miles). Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center said.
The Japan Meteorological Agency has issued a “tsunami forecast” – advice that suggests only a small change in sea level – for a series of remote islands, including Chichijimawhich is one of the Bonin Islands.
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