Seismologists reconsider cause of massive Philippines temblor

Seismologists are rethinking the cause of Tuesday's violent earthquake in the Philippines, which initially had been attributed to upward movement of the East Bohol fault. Scientists at the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology now believe the deadly 7.2-magnitude quake may have been caused by a deep crustal event linked to the East Bohol fault or by the upward thrust of an as yet unmapped fault system.

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