Indonesia earthquake shakes buildings in capital
JAKARTA, Indonesia (KABC) -- A strong earthquake struck Indonesia on Monday, causing buildings in the capital to sway.
The temblor had a preliminary magnitude of 6.1. It hit 75 miles southwest of West Java province's coast at a depth of around 15 miles.
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
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