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Duration2011/03/24 A large 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck Myanmar near the border with northern Thailand on 24 March 2011.
Country or DistrictMyanmar

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  • OCHA ReliefWeb 2011/04/11
    Initial findings of a rapid assessment indicate that at least 18,000 people residing in 90 villages are affected by the earthquake. The local authorities in Tarlay have reported that a total of 836 houses were damaged in the affected areas.
  • OCHA 2011/03/30
    The latest official number of casualties currently stands at 74 deaths and 125 injuries. On 30 March, the local authorities in Tarlay have estimated that 702 houses were damaged. The Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) reports 3,152 people are homeless.
  • Reuters AlerNet 2011/03/26
    At least 74 people were killed in a strong earthquake that struck Myanmar, state media said on Friday. The death toll from Thursday\'s 6.8 magnitude tremor was expected to rise slightly in Myanmar after 225 homes and nine government buildings were destroyed. Over 100 people were injured, according to state television.
  • BBC News 2011/03/25
    The death toll of the quake has increased to more than 50 in Tarlay and Mine Lin townships.
  • BBC News 2011/03/25
    At least 11 people have been killed by a magnitude-6.8 earthquake in Burma which hit near the borders with Laos and Thailand, officials say.
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