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Italy earthquake: Strong tremor shakes Rome buildings

A strong Earthquake has hit central Italy, shaking buildings in the capital Rome.

The 5.4-magnitude Earthquake Struck at 1710 GMT south of Visso in Macerata, the US Geological Survey said. There were no immediate reports of damage.

It comes two months after a powerful earthquake struck slightly to the south, killing almost 300 people.

The 6.2 magnitude quake, on 24 August, toppled buildings in villages in the mountainous region north-east of Rome.

This earthquake rattled doors and windows in Rome, reports said. The mayor of one town said residents were without power.

BBC News.

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