Philippines Earthquake Struck the Same Day as the Taiwan 6.2 Tremor.

June 2, 2013 – Philippines Earthquake Struck the Same Day as the 6.2 Taiwan Tremor: In this photo released by North Cotabato Provincial Office, residents look at boulders that partially blocked a highway after an earthquake in North Cotabato in southern Philippines Sunday, June 2, 2013. A magnitude-5.7 earthquake rattled this province and nearby areas late Saturday, damaging more than 140 houses and several school buildings and setting off a landslide that partially blocked the road, officials said. Dozens of people in the hard-hit North Cotabato villages of Kimadzil and Kibugtongan, said Hermes Daquipa, a Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology official who joined a government team that surveyed the hilly villages. (AP Photo/North Cotabato Provincial Office).

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