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Tsunami threat in Caribbean Sea has passed -International Tsunami Center

Tsunami threat in Caribbean Sea has passed -International Tsunami Center
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The threat of tsunami waves triggered by a magnitude 7.7 earthquake in the Caribbean Sea has passed, the International Tsunami Information Center said on Tuesday.

Earlier, the center said tsunami waves of up to 1 meter (3 feet) were possible on some coasts in Mexico, Belize, Cuba, Honduras, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

"The tsunami threat has now largely passed," the center said.

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