Japan earthquake

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A magnitude-5.3 earthquake struck near Osaka, Japan, on June 18, killing four people and injuring more than 200.

Though there were cracked roads and broken water pipes throughout the region and airports in the area were temporarily shut down, no major damage to infrastructure was reported, and local nuclear power plants were operating as normal.

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A magnitude-5.3 earthquake struck near Osaka, Japan, on June 18, killing four people and injuring more than 200.

Though there were cracked roads and broken water pipes throughout the region and airports in the area were temporarily shut down, no major damage to infrastructure was reported, and local nuclear power plants were operating as normal.