Massive earthquake of 7.0 magnitude struck the second largest city in New Guinea a country of more than more than 8 million black people black people.
According to dailymail the earthquake happened around 12:50 p.m. local time and it was felt at Far away Australia, where the wave shook many buildings. According to a resident who lives in Australia, he said that the wave was so evident in far away Australia.
Many buildings collapsed in Papua New Guinea as a result of the earthquake but as at the time of filing this report the number of casualties remain unknown.
Papua New Guinea is an island in the Pacific Ocean that has more than 8 million black people who are indigenous to that country as every. Only 1% of the population of Papua New Guinea are whites and these whites are migrants who came from other countries, as the entire indigenous people Are All Blacks.
Our pray I should go for our fellow black nation that is passing through a traumatic times in this critical time of Corona virus.
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