Peru was hit by a 6.0 magnitude earthquake Saturday morning near the city of Moyobamba, which has a population of about 42,000. The quake occurred about 70 miles underground, muting its effects, and no significant injuries or damage were reported. Later on Saturday, a 5.7 magnitude quake in Tanzania left 10 people dead and about 100 injured in the east African country. The Tanzanian earthquake was only about six miles below the surface, making its effects more severe. Local reports show collapsed buildings in the city of Bukoba, near the quake's epicenter.

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