Confirmed: 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit California





A preliminary magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Southern California today, the United States Geological Survey has confirmed.

The quake struck in Anzha around 100 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injury.



  
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Liverpool edge Norwich to extend EPL lead

Liverpool edge Norwich to extend EPL lead
English title chasers Liverpool extended their lead at the top to 5 points heading into the last three games of the season after they clinched a hard fought 3-2 win at relegation battlers Norwich. Liverpool were seeking to take advantage of Sunderland's win over Chelsea, and they took a fourth minute lead through Jamaican-born winger Raheem Sterling. In the 11th minute, Luis Suarez made it 2-0 for Liverpool as the Merseyside club took full control of the game. Norwich reduced the lead through Gary Cooper in the 54th minute, but 8 minutes later it was Sterling again who got on the scoresheet for a 3-1 scoreline. A header from Robert Snodgrass gave Norwich another goal for 3-2 in the 77th minute to setup a tense finish at Carrow Road for both sides. Liverpool then held on to claim all three points and they are now on 80 points, while Norwich sit in 17th position, on 32, just two points above the relegation zone.
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Arsenal get comfortable win at Hull City

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Everton brush Man United aside at Goodison Park

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Crime scene near Decarteret Road

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Fatal stabbing in Manchester

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October date set for soldier's charged with Keith Clarke's murder

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Image courtesy of  www.ridoutphoto.com
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