A magnitude 6.0 earthquake hit the Pacific coast of Guatemala, near the border with El Salvador, on Monday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The earthquake was centered at about 60 miles southeast of Guatemala City, according to reports.Â The Telemundo network reported that the earthquake was felt in the capital.
There have not yet been any reports of damage or casualties.
The earthquake occurred almost a week after the deadly earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, which was a magnitude 7.0.Â A 4.0 earthquake also occurred last week in Oklahoma, and a 5.6 earthquake occurred in Venezuela.
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