JAKARTA, Indonesia

A magnitude 5.8 hit Indonesia’s North Maluku province on Thursday morning but no tsunami warning has been issued.

The epicenter of the quake, which occurred at 4:03 a.m. local time (1903GMT), was around 85 kilometers (53 miles) southwest of the city of Ternate, and it originated at a depth of 38 kilometers (24 miles), according to Indonesia’s meteorological and geophysics agency BMKG.

Tremors were felt in Ternate, North Maluku’s capital Sofifi, Galela on the eastern Halmahera island, North Sulawesi’s capital Manado, and Mayu Island.

BMKG official Rahmat Triyono said there were no reports yet of any major infrastructural

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