GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — A 6.5-magnitude earthquake has shaken Guatemala's Pacific coastline.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the epicenter was 3 miles (6 kilometers) south of Pajapita, and 168 kilometers west of Guatemala City. It had a depth of 67 kilometers (41 miles).
The quake was felt strongly in the capital, but authorities have not reported any immediate damages.
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