In the northern Philippines, a 7.0-magnitude earthquake kills five people and injures 130.

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At 8:43 a.m., a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck northern Luzon, the country's most populous island.

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Its epicentre was 8 miles southeast of Dolores, Abra province, and it was 10 kilometres deep.

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.Its impact was felt more than 400 kilometres (approximately 250 miles) away in Manila, the capital

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21,000 people were affected by the quake, which caused $687 million in infrastructure damage.

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More than 400 homes, dozens of schools, hospitals, bridges, and the centuries-old Vigan Cathedral and Banta Bell Tower were devastated in northern Luzon.

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Abra has deep valleys and mountains.Photos from the province revealed quake-damaged buildings and trash.

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One structure has cracks along its walls, while another is tilted on its side.

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The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) warned of aftershocks but not a tsunami because the quake was inland.

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Large boulders and debris fell on a road at Bauko, south of the epicentre, after the earthquake.Other photos indicated debris removal. 

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