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    Major Earthquakes Since 1923
    Sat Dec 27, 8:26 AM ET

    By The Associated Press

    Major earthquakes since 1923:

    Dec. 26, 2003: Southeastern Iran, magnitude 6.5; Government estimates at least 20,000 killed.


    _ May 1, 2003: Southeastern Turkey, magnitude 6.4; 167 people killed, including 83 children in a collapsed dormitory.


    _ Feb. 24, 2003: Western China, magnitude 6.3 or 6.8; at least 266 killed.


    _ June 22, 2002: Northwestern Iran, magnitude 6; at least 500 killed.


    _ March 25, 2002: Northern Afghanistan (news - web sites), magnitude 5.8; up to 1,000 killed.


    _ Jan. 26, 2001: India, magnitude 7.9; at least 2,500 killed. Estimates put death toll as high as 13,000.


    _ Sept. 21, 1999: Taiwan, magnitude 7.6; 2,400 killed.


    _ Aug. 17, 1999: Western Turkey, magnitude 7.4; 17,000 killed.


    _ Jan. 25, 1999: Western Colombia, magnitude 6; 1,171 killed.


    _ May 30, 1998: Northern Afghanistan and Tajikistan, magnitude 6.9; as many as 5,000 killed.


    _ May 10, 1997: Northern Iran, magnitude 7.1; 1,500 killed.


    _ Jan. 17, 1995: Kobe, Japan, magnitude 7.2; more than 6,000 killed.


    _ Sept. 30, 1993: Latur, India, magnitude 6.0; as many as 10,000 killed.


    _ June 21, 1990: Northwest Iran, magnitude 7.3-7.7; 50,000 killed.


    _ Dec. 7, 1988: Northwest Armenia, magnitude 6.9; 25,000 killed.


    _ Sept. 19, 1985: Central Mexico, magnitude 8.1; more than 9,500 killed.





    _ Sept. 16, 1978: Northeast Iran, magnitude 7.7; 25,000 killed.

    _ July 28, 1976: Tangshan, China; magnitude 7.8-8.2; 240,000 killed.

    _ Feb. 4, 1976: Guatemala, magnitude 7.5; 22,778 killed.

    _ Dec. 26, 1939: Erzincan province, Turkey, magnitude 7.9; 33,000 killed.

    _ Jan. 24, 1939: Chillan, Chile, magnitude 8.3; 28,000 killed.

    _ May 31, 1935: Quetta, India, magnitude 7.5; 50,000 killed.

    _ Sept. 1, 1923: Tokyo-Yokohama, Japan, magnitude 8.3; at least 140,000 killed.

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    Major Earthquakes Since 1923
    Sat Dec 27, 8:26 AM ET

    By The Associated Press

    Major earthquakes since 1923:

    Dec. 26, 2003: Southeastern Iran, magnitude 6.5; Government estimates at least 20,000 killed.


    _ May 1, 2003: Southeastern Turkey, magnitude 6.4; 167 people killed, including 83 children in a collapsed dormitory.


    _ Feb. 24, 2003: Western China, magnitude 6.3 or 6.8; at least 266 killed.


    _ June 22, 2002: Northwestern Iran, magnitude 6; at least 500 killed.


    _ March 25, 2002: Northern Afghanistan (news - web sites), magnitude 5.8; up to 1,000 killed.


    _ Jan. 26, 2001: India, magnitude 7.9; at least 2,500 killed. Estimates put death toll as high as 13,000.


    _ Sept. 21, 1999: Taiwan, magnitude 7.6; 2,400 killed.


    _ Aug. 17, 1999: Western Turkey, magnitude 7.4; 17,000 killed.


    _ Jan. 25, 1999: Western Colombia, magnitude 6; 1,171 killed.


    _ May 30, 1998: Northern Afghanistan and Tajikistan, magnitude 6.9; as many as 5,000 killed.


    _ May 10, 1997: Northern Iran, magnitude 7.1; 1,500 killed.


    _ Jan. 17, 1995: Kobe, Japan, magnitude 7.2; more than 6,000 killed.


    _ Sept. 30, 1993: Latur, India, magnitude 6.0; as many as 10,000 killed.


    _ June 21, 1990: Northwest Iran, magnitude 7.3-7.7; 50,000 killed.


    _ Dec. 7, 1988: Northwest Armenia, magnitude 6.9; 25,000 killed.


    _ Sept. 19, 1985: Central Mexico, magnitude 8.1; more than 9,500 killed.





    _ Sept. 16, 1978: Northeast Iran, magnitude 7.7; 25,000 killed.

    _ July 28, 1976: Tangshan, China; magnitude 7.8-8.2; 240,000 killed.

    _ Feb. 4, 1976: Guatemala, magnitude 7.5; 22,778 killed.

    _ Dec. 26, 1939: Erzincan province, Turkey, magnitude 7.9; 33,000 killed.

    _ Jan. 24, 1939: Chillan, Chile, magnitude 8.3; 28,000 killed.

    _ May 31, 1935: Quetta, India, magnitude 7.5; 50,000 killed.

    _ Sept. 1, 1923: Tokyo-Yokohama, Japan, magnitude 8.3; at least 140,000 killed.

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    • #3
      _ April 18, 1906: San Francisco, United States, 700 killed.

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      • #4
        Michael do you ever wonder why America is the most hated country in the world. Look at the trash you post and you get your answers.

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        • #5
          LOOK FOLKS, IT IS A PROVEN FACT THAT WHEN YOU IGNORE THE PATHETIC COMMENTS FROM AN IRRITATING LITTLE S-H-I-T LIKE MICHAEL, THE LOSER WILL SOON GET BORED...SO COME ON PLEASE IGNORE HIM..........HE ISN'T WORTH THE EFFORT OF READING HIS WARPED AND UNSTABLE THOUGHTS LET ALONE REPLY TO THEM.

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          • #6
            -1906; San Francisco, United States, 700 killed.

            God doesn't like homosexuals either.

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            • #7
              Hey Kitty; We are hated because we are so kind; I notice you are here; why don't you high tail your fat *** outa here ?

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              • #8
                Wow Michael...

                I didnt know all those mentioned countries attacked USA in past or so far....That was new for me...according to that theory I m also from enemy country...LOL...

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                • #9
                  Michael, I dont know about hating America, but I do know that I hate the country that I came from. Most American are nice people unlike my ex-country man, most of them are pathetic, racist, stupid and lazy.

                  If life treat you nice, you'll have the tendency to be nice with others too. Then others will treat other people nice too.
                  If you start hating people, people will hate you back too
                  God does not punish people because you tell him to
                  God does not discriminate people, all beings are his anyway (God is not stupid)
                  God does not judge people from the look, wealth or where they live
                  So I dont think you can speak for him

                  There is no point in advising michael since he is like my ex-country people. Keep it up Michael, we all love you even though you are not clever

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                  • #10
                    If u used ur energy after researching something productive , u would benefit....instead of getting killed peoples' number... any culture respects dead people... no matter what and u r here feeling like some kind of achievement and fun........huh.....too bad michael ...........

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                    • #11
                      I wished Michael could be killed in a car accident.

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                      • #12
                        Such love Melanie; I wish the same to you. Just remember that God is on my side.

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                        • #13
                          forget him melanie, he's just a 7th grade boy. Creating hatred for everyone is a devil's work, I dont think he understand my post. Anyway wish him luck and found the enlightment in the future. Happy new year

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                          • #14
                            I don't know if this is still going on, but at one time, Iranian school childrens' first lesson of the day was to chant, "Maag Barg Amrika," "Death to America."
                            Sweet Madame Belu

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