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Members of a family sleep outside their home in fear that aftershocks from Tuesday's magnitude-7.4 quake could cause their home to collapse in Pinotepa Nacional, Mexican state of Oaxaca, near the border with Guerrero, Wednesday March 21, 2012. As of early Wednesday, there were no reports of deaths from Tuesday's quake centered near the border between the southern states of Oaxaca and Guerrero, even after 10 aftershocks. (AP Photo/Luis Alberto Cruz Hernandez)

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No deaths reported after 7.4 quake in Mexico

MEXICO CITY -- A powerful earthquake that shook Mexico from its massive capital to its resort-studded southern coast damaged hundreds of homes and sent thousands of panicked people fleeing from swaying office buildings, yet apparently didn't cause a single death.. As of early Wednesday, there were still no reports


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