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More than 7,000 Aftershocks Hit Sichuan

More than 7,000 aftershocks have hit Sichuan after the May 12 8.0 magnitude quake, with the greatest of them measuring 6.1 magnitude, said Li Chengyun, vice governor of Sichuan on Friday.

(Xinhua News Agency May 23, 2008)

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