A strong earthquake has struck parts of Taiwan, rattling buildings in the capital, Taipei, although there are no initial reports of serious casualties.
The earthquake was measured at a magnitude of 6.4 by the US Geological Survey.
It was centered off the east coast of Taiwan, about 25km (12 miles) south-east of Hualien, at a depth of 45km.
Taiwan is regularly hit by minor tremors although an earthquake in 1999 killed almost 2,500 people. BBC
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