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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Palestinians gather at new West Bank protest camp

Syrian defector swaps sides with rebel help

Scotland Avalanche: Four Climbers Killed

Four people have been killed and a woman is seriously hurt after a group of six climbers were caught up in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands.

Emergency services were alerted to the accident on Bidean Nam Bian, in Glencoe, at about 2pm and a major search operation involving two mountain rescue teams and police dogs was launched.

Northern Constabulary said four people, two men and two women, were found and have since been pronounced dead.

4.2 Magnitude Earthquake FYR OF MACEDONIA - 19th January 2013

Magnitude M 4.2
Date time 2013-01-19 21:49:19.0 UTC
Location 40.98 N ; 21.18 E
Depth 10 km
Distances 8 km S Capari

Nostradamus Predicted: Max Keiser will cause WW3

'War for untapped resources cause of Mali chaos'

Farage: UK stuck in shrinking, old-fashioned Europe

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Why You Should Care: Insane Clown Posse files lawsuit against FBI

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4.7 Magnitude Earthquake ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE - 19th January 2013

Magnitude M 4.7
Date time 2013-01-19 19:20:44.5 UTC
Location 23.52 S ; 69.30 W
Depth 76 km
Distances 112 km E Antofagast, Chile

4.4 Magnitude Earthquake WEST CHILE RISE - 19th January 2013

Magnitude M 4.4
Date time 2013-01-19 19:03:25.1 UTC
Location 36.99 S ; 96.25 W
Depth 10 km
Distances 1994 km W Ancud

Show of support in Paris for military action in Mali

Syrian opposition in new search for transitional government

Syria's opposition leaders on Saturday launched their second bid to form a transitional government, with their credibility at stake as the country slides deeper into civil war.

Agreement among the National Coalition, an umbrella group for the Syrian opposition, could help address international concern about the risk of Syria disintegrating along ethnic and sectarian lines if President Bashar al-Assad falls.

Pro-gun rallies across U.S. attack Obama's curbs on firearms

Pro-gun activists plan rallies in 49 states at "high noon" on Saturday to support the right to own firearms they say is under attack from President Barack Obama's proposals to reduce gun violence.

The rallies, to be held mostly at state capitals, were being organized by a group called Guns Across America that was launched by Texas airline pilot Eric Reed.

The U.S. debate over gun control flared in mid-December when a man killed 20 first graders and six adults in a matter of minutes at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, using an assault rifle.

Algeria Hostage Crisis: At Least Five Britons Feared Dead

Five British nationals and one UK resident are dead or unaccounted for after the Algerian hostage crisis drew to a bloody end, the Foreign Secretary William Hague has said.

Seven hostages were reportedly killed and 16 others freed amid a "final assault" by Algerian special forces on the complex that had been taken over by Islamist militants.

The latest fatalities, reported by the Algerian state news agency, are in addition to the reported deaths of 12 detainees and 18 terrorists earlier on in the crisis.

Assassin aims gun at Bulgarian opposition leader's head and pulls the trigger... but victim survives after weapon misfires

Ahmed Dogan, leader of a liberal party which represents the Turkish minority in Bulgaria, survived the astonishing assassination attempt while giving a speech at a conference in the capital Sofia (left). Television footage shows a man storming the stage and aiming a gun at his head. But the weapon misfired and Mr Dogan, 58, escaped unharmed. Security guards and delegates then wrestle the man to the ground and began beating and kicking him. The 25-year-old suspect was led away covered in blood (right).

Ukraine's Tymoshenko 'Accused' Of 1996 Murder

The former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has been named as a suspect in the murder of a businessman and his wife in 1996.

Ukranian authorities have formally notified Tymoshenko that she is suspected of "ordering and organising" the contract-style killing of the couple and two other people.

The Prosecutor General's Office said on its website that the murder appeared aimed at eliminating a business rival.

Scotland Avalanche: One Climber Killed

At least one person has been killed in an avalanche in Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands.

Northern Constabulary and mountain rescue teams were alerted to the emergency on Bidean Nam Bain at about 2pm.

4.8 Magnitude Earthquake CARLSBERG RIDGE - 19th January 2013

Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 16:58:25 UTC
Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 09:58:25 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
1.853°S, 68.080°E
10 km (6.2 miles)
573 km (356 miles) WSW of Hithadhoo, Maldives

4.2 Magnitude Earthquake IRAN-IRAQ BORDER REGION - 19th January 2013

Magnitude ML 4.2
Date time 2013-01-19 16:51:43.0 UTC
Location 32.09 N ; 46.50 E
Depth 100 km
Distances 44 km S 'ali al garbi

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake NEAR THE EAST COAST OF KAMCHATKA, RUSSIA - 19th January 2013

Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 16:48:12 UTC
Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 04:48:12 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
52.616°N, 158.782°E
82.8 km (51.5 miles)
42 km (26 miles) SE of Vilyuchinsk, Russia

Scotland Avalanche: Three Climbers Missing

Three climbers are missing and a major rescue operation is under way after an avalanche in Glencoe, Scotland.

Northern Constabulary and mountain rescue teams were alerted to the emergency on Bidean Nam Bain at about 2pm.

One woman, who is said to be seriously injured, has been taken to Belford Hospital in Fort William while a male climber has been found safe and well.

Ahmed Dogan Assassination Attempt in Sofia

'We don't do deals with terrorists': State Department REJECTS 'Battalion of Blood' gang offer to swap two U.S. hostages seized in Algeria for jailed extremists

The Obama administration has rejected an offer from militants to release convicted terrorists in exchange for US hostages being held in Algeria, as it is revealed Texas resident Frederick Buttaccio was killed in yesterday's bloody raid.

The Associated Press reported this afternoon that Buttaccio died in the hostage standoff as survivors said militants strapped plastic explosives around their necks and described how foreign workers secretly invented disguises to escape their captors.

The Al Qaeda-linked kidnappers offered to outrageous swap deal this morning through a Mauritanian news agency but US officials were quick to shut it down, insisting the administration rejects any such trade of hostages for convicted terrorists.

DON'T do Deals with terrorists?

US seeks direct talks with Taliban's Mullah Omar (June 2011)

With America expected to begin withdrawing troops from Afghanistan in July, Washington has stepped up the pace of talks with Taliban leaders.

School armed guard hired after Sandy Hook leaves his handgun in the bathroom just one week into new job


Michigan education officials admit their newly hired armed security guard left his gun in a charter school bathroom, but they don't see any reason to make an issue out of it.

'It's almost like no harm no foul,' said Lapeer County Prosecutor Byron Konschuh noting that since none of the children attending kindergarten through eighth grade at the school were injured the incident would not result in criminal charges.

Jamie DeWolf: L. Ron Hubbard's Great Grandson slams Scientology as 'dangerous cult'

Jamie DeWolf, the great-grandson of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, has come out with new explosive claims against the church and its controversial founder.

And it's not pretty.

'My family sees Scientology as absolute poison,' says Jamie DeWolf. 'It’s a dangerous cult.'

New York newspaper removes map of handgun owners three days after state passes gun control legislation

A suburban New York newspaper that outraged gun owners by posting the names and addresses of residents with handgun permits removed the information from its website Friday.

The Journal News took down the data just three days after the state enacted a gun control law that included privacy provisions for permit holders.

5 year old girl Suspended and Deemed a 'Terrorist Threat' after threatening to 'shoot' friend with pink Hello Kitty bubble gun

A 5-year-old Pennsylvania girl who told another girl she was going to shoot her with a pink toy gun that blows soapy bubbles has been suspended from kindergarten.

Her family has hired an attorney to fight the punishment, which initially was 10 days but was reduced to two.

Attorney Robin Ficker says Mount Carmel Area School District officials labeled the girl a 'terrorist threat' for the bubble gun remark, made on January 10 as both girls waited for a school bus.

New Jersey Bed, Bath & Beyond Attack: Tyrik Haynes Charged in the attack which left Kerri Dalton in a critical condition

A woman was brutally stabbed in the chest more than a dozen times while shopping with her infant child at a Bed, Bath & Beyond store on Thursday evening.

Tyrik Haynes, 19, was charged with attempted murder in the attack in Middletown, New Jersey on Friday and held on $1 million bail. He had previously been charged with torturing a cat.

Haynes allegedly rushed upon Kerri Dalton, 29, with no warning as she pushed her son's stroller through the store.

U.S. government investment gives flu vaccines a shot in the arm

Fighting the flu may soon get easier.

As early as next year, more modern and more effective vaccines will hit the market, thanks to investments by the U.S. government and pharmaceutical companies. And even bigger scientific advances are expected in the next decade, including a "universal" flu vaccine given every five to 10 years that would fight many strains of a virus, making annual shots all but obsolete.

Experts say it could take eight to 10 more years of testing before a universal flu vaccine would be ready. Meanwhile, they expect advances that could still incrementally improve the level of protection vaccines offer and shorten manufacturing times.

Burned bodies found at besieged Algeria gas plant

Algerian special forces on Saturday found 15 burned bodies at a desert gas plant raided by al Qaeda-linked fighters, two days after the army launched an assault to free hostages being held there by the Islamists, a source familiar with the crisis said.

Efforts were underway to identify the bodies, the source told Reuters. It was not clear how they had died.

Algeria: 'Hostages Dead' In Final Stand-Off

Seven foreign hostages have been killed by Islamist militants as Algerian special forces stormed a BP gas plant in a final assault, said the country's state news agency.

Sixteen other foreign hostages, including two Americans, two Germans and one Portuguese, were freed, a source told the Reuters news agency.

Ozzy Osbourne Burns Hair In LA House Fire

Ozzy Osbourne has been slightly injured when he tried to put out a fire in the living room of his Beverly Hills mansion.

The Black Sabbath rocker received medical treatment at home after he burnt his hair and injured his hand.

Algeria Crisis: 'Sixteen Hostages Freed'

Sixteen foreign hostages being held by Islamist fighters at a BP gas plant in Algeria have reportedly been freed.

Those freed include two Americans, two Germans and one Portuguese, a source told the Reuters news agency.

It also reported Algerian special forces had killed 11 rebels in a final assault, citing the Algerian state news agency APS.

5.4 Magnitude Earthquake SAMAR, PHILIPPINES - 19th January 2013

Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 13:48:06 UTC
Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 09:48:06 PM at epicenter
11.293°N, 125.360°E
81.3 km (50.5 miles)
38 km (23 miles) E (83°) from Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines

Horse meat supplier still operating in the Netherlands with authorities refusing to name and shame the Dutch company

Same supplier: Fast food giant Burger King was drawn into the row today as it uses the same supplier as supermarkets where burgers were found to contain horse meat

The Dutch meat supplier believed to be responsible for contaminating British burgers with horse meat was still operating last night despite being under investigation.

New DNA tests on burgers made at the Silvercrest processing plant in Ireland have confirmed that an imported protein powder used as a filler to help bulk out the burgers caused the contamination.

It is understood that the supplier of the powder is based in the Netherlands, where authorities have confirmed an investigation is under way.

Horse is thrown out of Tesco after prank in contaminated meat scandal supermarket's beef burger aisle

UK 'workless households' rate among highest in EU as Britons appear to prefer a life on benefits

Britain's share of households where no one works is among the worst in Europe, shock figures revealed yesterday.

The finding suggests that in an economy far more resilient than those of the stricken eurozone, many Britons appear to continue to prefer a life on benefits to work.

There may be particular concern over the workless rate among UK single mothers. Only Ireland and tiny Malta among the other 26 EU states have a higher proportion without work.

Ukrainian opposition MP sprayed with green antiseptic as Tymoshenko's trial is delayed after health declines to 'critical' level

A colleague of jailed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko was sprayed with green antiseptic dye as he attended the former prime minister's trial.

Ukrainian opposition parliament deputy Arsen Avakov was there to hear Tymoshenko's trial for tax evasion, but ended up coated the in the green ink - the second of two attempts to shower him in dye.

According to an Interfax-Ukraine reporter, the politician's face was left dripping with dye on the left, although his eyes were not affected, Kyiv Post reported.

'I have been paid to kill you': Terrifying con email that threatens people with assassination unless they pay £20,000


This is the only way I could contact you for now, I want you to be very careful about this and keep this secret with you until I make out space for us to see.

You have no need of knowing who I am or where I am from. I know this may sound very surprising to you but it's the situation.

I have been paid some ransom in advance to terminate you with some reasons listed to me by my employer.

It's someone I believe you call a friend; I have followed you closely for a while now and have seen that you are innocent of the accusations he levelled against you. Do not contact the police or try to send a copy of this to them, because if you do, I will know, and I will be pushed to do what I have been paid to do.

Besides, this is the first time I turn out to be a betrayer in my job. I took pity on you, that is why I have made up my mind to help you if you are willing to help yourself.

Now listen, I will arrange for us to see face to face, but before that, I need £20,000. I will come to your home or you determine where you wish we meet; I repeat, do not arrange for the cops and if you play hard to get, it will be extended to your family.

Do not set any camera to cover us or set up any tape to record our conversation; my employer is in my control now.

Payment details will be provided for you to make a part payment of £9,000 first, which will serve as guarantee that you are ready to co-operate, then I will send a copy of the video tape that contains his request for me to terminate you which will be enough evidence for you to take any legal action against him before he employs another person for the job.

You will pay the balance of £11,000 once you receive the tape.

Warning; do not contact the police, make sure you stay indoors once it is 7.30pm until this whole thing is sorted out, if you neglect any of these warnings, you will have yourself to blame. You do not have much time, so get back to me immediately
Note: I will advise you keep this to yourself alone, not even a friend or a family member should know about it because it could beone of them.


DC Mark Aldridge, of Lancashire police, said: ‘Anybody receiving this kind of email could feel intimidated and genuinely concerned that their safety is at risk. In actual fact this email is simply a spin-off from other emails designed to scam the public out of their money.

Cowardice, deceit and why Dave's not the only one in a fix over Europe

David Cameron’s big speech on Europe may have been postponed, but the dilemma facing all the main political parties — not just the Tories — will continue to intensify.

Much of what the PM would have said yesterday had already leaked out and his prepared comments were clearly intended to address widespread public disgust over the EU.

For Europe’s economy is sclerotic and failing, its governance is corrupt, and Brussels will have to remove yet more powers from member states if it is going to have a prayer of saving the euro.

In Britain, the pressure is growing in the opposite direction as Mr Cameron is urged to ask for a renegotiation which would allow us to seek the repatriation of various powers lost to Europe.

For the truth is that the EU’s mission for ‘ever closer union’ has always meant ultimately creating a federal superstate, something that is unacceptable to most Britons.

Convicts owe £1.8billion in fines as 'free pass' makes a mockery of the justice system

More than £140million is owed to the taxpayer by criminals who have been kicked out of Britain, lost or who have died.

The shambolic management of court fines and compensation orders means foreign criminals have been deported despite owing vast amounts to the taxpayer.

The sum is part of a colossal £1.8billion which has not been collected in court fines and compensation orders.

Mali joins list of US ‘terror’ boomerangs

In the long inventory of unintended consequences of America’s “war on terror”, recent events in Mali must count among the most embarrassing boomerangs.

The country, which had little strategic value to the US before 9/11, gained some attention for the democratic transition it underwent following a 1992 coup.

Armstrong: HE EVEN LIED -- TO OPRAH?!

"That's the only thing in this whole report that upset me," Armstrong said during the interview. "The accusation and alleged proof that they said I doped [in 2009] is not true. The last time I crossed the line, that line was 2005."

"You did not do a blood transfusion in 2009?" Winfrey asked.

"No, 2009 and 2010 absolutely not," Armstrong said.

Investigators familiar with the case disagree. They said today that Armstrong's blood values at the 2009 race showed clear blood manipulation consistent with two transfusions. Armstrong's red blood cell count suddenly went up at these points, even though the number of baby red blood cells did not.

Philadelphia subway Attack: Suspect Held By US Police

Police investigating a horrific attack on a woman on the Philadelphia subway have arrested a man.

Surveillance video shows the 23-year-old woman being viciously punched and then dragged across the platform.

She is then pushed onto the railway track at the station in the city's Chinatown neighbourhood.

The attack happened around 3.30pm on Tuesday, after the suspect initially approached the victim and asked for a light.

Bank Of Canada Notes Use 'Wrong' Maple Leaf

The Bank of Canada has blundered by using a Norway maple leaf instead of the country's native variety on its new bank notes, plant experts claim.

Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre botanist Sean Blaney first highlighted the difference between the leaf on new $20, $50 and $100 and the North American sugar maple.

He said: "It's really hard to deny the image is of a Norway maple."

Armstrong: 'I Was Given Death Penalty'....Get over yourself, you're a Liar and a Cheat!

Lance Armstrong believes he should be given the opportunity to compete again, saying his life ban feels like a "death penalty".

The 41-year-old Texan has confessed to using performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France victories. He was stripped of all results from August 1, 1998 and banned from sport for life.

Blockbuster Shuts 129 Shops And Slashes Staff

The collapsed DVD and games rental firm Blockbuster is to close 129 of its 528 shops and axe 760 workers in the coming weeks.

Some 31 branches have already been put on notice of closure, according to the company's administrators Deloitte.

The move means the chain is already planning to close a quarter of its branches and make 18% of its workforce redundant.

Te'o Denies Role In Dead Girlfriend Hoax

American college football star Manti Te'o has insisted he played no role in the hoax involving his 'imaginary girlfriend'.

In his first interview since the scandal erupted, the Notre Dame linebacker said he was tricked by three people who have confessed they were behind the deception and apologised.

But Te’o accepted he did lie to his father about meeting the 'girl' because he was embarrassed they had never met - and to cover that up, he lied to everyone else.

Algerian Hostage Crisis: Gunmen And Army In 'Stand-Off'

At least 10 Britons remain unaccounted for as Algerian special forces continue to hunt for the remaining al Qaeda-linked militants at a BP gas plant.

Foreign Secretary William Hague has chaired a meeting of the Government's Cobra emergencies committee and said on Twitter the hostage crisis would "remain our top priority until every British national is accounted for".

Around 30 foreigners are still missing after the terrorists stormed the complex on Wednesday and seized hundreds of workers.

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake KURIL ISLANDS - 19th January 2013

Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 11:15:12 UTC
Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 10:15:12 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
46.797°N, 152.889°E
58.5 km (36.4 miles)
380 km (236 miles) SE of Vostok, Russia

Rape cases in New Delhi jump 23 percent in 2012

Rape cases in New Delhi jumped 23 per cent in 2012 from a year earlier, according to official figures, highlighting rising crime against women in the sprawling metropolis.

The numbers were released as the trial of five men was set to begin on Monday on accusations of murder, rape and kidnapping over the death last month of a 23-year-old gang-rape victim, whose assault sparked nationwide protests,

Dispute Over Islands Escalates, Japan and China Send Fighter Jets to the Scene

The action in the skies over the East China Sea started simply enough.

Last week, the Chinese government sent a civilian surveillance plane, a twin propeller aircraft, to fly near the uninhabited islands at the heart of a growing feud between China and Japan. Tokyo, in response, ordered F-15 fighter jets to take a look at what it considered Chinese meddling. The Chinese then sent their own fighters.

It was the first time that supersonic Chinese and Japanese military fighters were in the air together since the dispute over the islands erupted last year, significantly increasing the risk of a mistake that could lead to armed conflict at a time when both countries, despite their mutual economic interests, are going through a period of heightened nationalism that recalls their longstanding regional rivalry.

Methane levels detected, in the soil under 19 homes in California

Air monitoring tests were conducted today by Santa Maria city staff in all manholes on Sloan Terrace and two other streets, after a report this week of concentrations of field gas (methane) detected in the soil under 19 homes along the 800 and 900 blocks of Sloan Terrace, a neighborhood in the southeast area of the city.

The methane most likely resulted from degradation of organic material in over-watered heavily compacted soil, according to experts consulted by the city, city management analyst Mark van de Kamp said in a release.

Friday’s tests by utilities department staff detected no gas, indicating the source is not from the municipal sewer lines. The city will monitor the situation with further testing, according to van de Kamp.

CBS12 News Drone and Crew Attacked by Hundreds of Bees in Florida

Children among the dead in Syria

Iran says progress made in U.N. nuclear talks

Iran said it had made some progress in resolving its disputes with the U.N. atomic watchdog, state media reported, even though the two sides' latest talks failed to seal a deal on letting inspectors visit a military site.

The Islamic state and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) met this week, but did not manage to revive an investigation into Iran's suspected nuclear arms research, the U.N. organization's officials said on Friday.

Don't shrink Afghan forces, two key Senate Democrats warn Obama

Two Senate Democrats urged the White House on Friday to reconsider plans to shrink Afghan national security forces by a third after 2015, saying a robust Afghan fighting force will be needed to fight al Qaeda and its allies.

The appeal comes as President Barack Obama weighs how large of an American force to leave behind in Afghanistan after NATO declares the costly, unpopular war over at the end of 2014 and most foreign forces return home.

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin Indicted

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, who led the city during Hurricane Katrina, has been indicted on 21 corruption charges.

The counts against the 56-year-old include bribery, wire fraud, money laundering, filing false tax returns and conspiracy.

The charges stem from a corruption investigation that has already led to guilty pleas from two former city officials and two businessmen.

'Viable' Letter Bomb Sent To NI Policeman

Postal workers have intercepted a letter bomb addressed to a senior police officer in Northern Ireland.

The suspicious package, meant for Chief Inspector Andy Lemon, was discovered in a sorting office in Strabane, Co Tyrone.

Bomb disposal experts examined the package and said it was "a small viable device", the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said.

Boeing Halts Dreamliner Deliveries

Boeing has halted deliveries of its of 787 Dreamliner jet until safety concerns over the aircraft's battery are resolved.

The US aerospace firm said it would continue building the new, lightweight carbon-composite plane, but deliveries to customers were on hold until its electrical system was fixed.

Bucket Falls From Helicopter Through Shop Roof

A bucket of cleaning solution has fallen from a US military helicopter and smashed through the roof of a California business.

It happened near the Miramar Air Station in San Diego.

Algeria Crisis: Britons Still 'At Risk' In Hostage Crisis

Algerian special forces are continuing to hunt Islamist militants who overran a BP gas plant, as freed British hostages headed home.

As the stand-off at the remote desert facility entered a fourth day it was thought that around 10 British workers remained "at risk".

The Algerian state news agency APS reported on Friday night a "provisional" figure of 12 foreign and Algerian workers who had been killed in the fighting at the plant at In Amenas.

Big Freeze: Airport Chaos As Snow Becomes Ice

Hundreds of flights have already been cancelled on another day of weather misery for Britain after heavy snow gave way to ice.

Passengers at Heathrow Airport in west London faced further disruption after many were stranded on planes for seven hours or forced to sleep on the floor.

More than 100 flights have been cancelled, which will add to the chaos caused by the cancellation of more than 400 on Friday.

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake EASTERN NEW GUINEA REG, PAPUA NEW GUINEA - 19th January 2013

Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 09:27:40 UTC
Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 07:27:40 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
7.319°S, 147.057°E
89.9 km (55.9 miles)
37 km (22 miles) E of Wau, Papua New Guinea

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND - 19th January 2013

Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 08:15:08 UTC
Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 09:15:08 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
43.569°S, 172.533°E
17.6 km (10.9 miles)
9 km (5 miles) WSW of Christchurch, New Zealand

4.9 Magnitude Earthquake NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA - 19th January 2013

Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 06:00:07 UTC
Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 04:00:07 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
4.558°S, 152.213°E
22.3 km (13.9 miles)
23 km (14 miles) SSW of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA - 18th January 2013

Friday, January 18, 2013 at 22:19:04 UTC
Friday, January 18, 2013 at 12:19:04 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
50.825°N, 179.485°E
38.1 km (23.7 miles)
110 km (68 miles) WSW of Amatignak Island, Alaska