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UPDATED: 09:08, September 28, 2005
Strong earthquake strikes northern Peru
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Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo (L) inspects the earthquake disaster area near Moyobamba, capital of San Martin Province in north Peru September 26, 2005. The earthquake struck late on Saturday, killed at least four people and disrupted electricity, telephone service and traffic in much of the northern region.

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Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo (C) comforts a local resident among the debris of a house torn by a earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale in Moyobamba, capital of San Martin Province in north Peru September 26, 2005. The earthquake struck late on Saturday, killed at least four people and disrupted electricity, telephone service and traffic in much of the northern region.

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Local residents stand near a house torn by an earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale in Moyobamba, capital of San Martin Province in north Peru September 26, 2005. The earthquake struck late on Saturday, killed at least four people and disrupted electricity, telephone service and traffic in much of the northern region.

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An official worker distributes relief materials to disaster victims near the debris caused by an earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale in Moyobamba, capital of San Martin Province in north Peru September 26, 2005. The earthquake struck late on Saturday, killed at least four people and disrupted electricity, telephone service and traffic in much of the northern region.

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Local residents clear the debris of a house torn by a earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale in Moyobamba, capital of San Martin Province in north Peru September 26, 2005. The earthquake struck late on Saturday, killed at least four people and disrupted electricity, telephone service and traffic in much of the northern region.

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