Jakarta (AP) - An earthquake on the Indonesian Moluccan Islands has killed at least two people. The magnitude 6.5 earthquake shook the archipelago at 8:45 am local time, disaster relief officials in the Southeast Asian country said. In the city of Ambon in particular the building of the local Islamic University was affected. There, a lecturer was killed by parts of the building. Indonesia lies on the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, the geologically most active zone on earth.
Earthquake: At least two people killed in earthquake in Indonesia
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