JAKARTA - An earthquake with magnitude of 5.7 rocked eastern parts of Indonesia on Tuesday, with no report of damage or casualties, meteorology agency said. The quake struck at 10:20 Jakarta time (03:20GMT) with epicenter at 157 km northeast of Melongsuane town of North Sulawesi and at 107 km under sea bed, an official of the agency said.
Indonesia sits on a vulnerable quake hit zone so called the "Pacific Ring of Fire," where two continental plates meet that cause frequent seismic and volcanic movement.
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