|Above, quake coverage from the BBC.|
Kyushu, Japan is still shaking. An even bigger temblor hit the Kumamoto area overnight.
According to the BBC:
A more powerful earthquake has rocked the southern Japanese city of Kumamoto in the middle of the night, a day after an earlier tremor killed nine people.
The magnitude-7.3 quake hit at a depth of 10km (six miles) at 01:25 on Saturday (15:25 GMT on Friday) in Kyushu region. At least three people died and hundreds were injured.
A village has been evacuated after a dam collapsed, it says.
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