Japan hit by major earthquake for second day in a row - UPI.com
UPI reports: "A powerful earthquake rocked southern Japan on Friday for the second
day in a row, in the same region where a quake hit on Thursday, killing
The new quake struck near Kumamoto on the island of Kyusha with a
magnitude of 7.0, the U.S. Geological Survey said. Some news reports
said it had a magnitude of 7.4."
Comment: There have been other smaller quakes all around the Ring of Fire lately, the region appears to be entering an active phase.