M7.5 earthquake rocks northern Peru, at least 10 injured

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A magnitude-7.5 earthquake struck the remote Amazon region of northern Peru, destroying buildings and injuring at least 10 people on Monday. Electricity cuts were reported in several locations in jungle areas.

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