Quake Strikes Alaska Off Bering Sea

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The U.S. Geological Survey says a  strong earthquake has shaken the Bering Sea off the coast of Alaska's  Aleutian Islands.  The six-point-nine-magnitude quake isn't expected to  cause a tsunami for the West Coast, Alaska or British Columbia.  The  epicenter of the quake was 127 miles northwest of Attu Station in the  archipelago of the Aleutians.  The quake had a depth of only  two-point-seven-miles. 

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