Taiwan: Hundreds of landslides unleashed by 'intense' quake – BBC.com

Taiwan has been struck by its most powerful earthquake in 25 years, which measured 7.4 in magnitude
BBC Asia Correspondent, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes explains how the earthquake unfolded, reporting from the capital, Taipei.
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