Tsunami center cancels alerts after Solomon Islands quake
SYDNEY Feb 6 (Reuters) - The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center cancelled tsunami warnings and watches covering large areas of the South Pacific on Wednesday after a strong earthquake near the Solomon Islands.
A small tsunami was generated near the epicentre of the 8.0 magnitude quake, the center reported earlier.
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