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PICHA 25: Matetemeko mawili yalivyoipiga New Zealand leo Jumatatu

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Masaa machache baada ya kutokea Tetemeko lenye ukubwa wa Richa 7.8 katika eneo la Cheviot Kaskazini mwa Christchurch huko New Zealand na kuua watu wawili, imeripotiwa kutokea Tetemeko lingine nchini humo lenye ukubwa Richa 6.3 katika eneo la South Island.

Tetemeko hilo limetokea leo Jumatatu November 14, 2016 umbali wa maili 60 kutoka eneo Christchurch, baada ya tetemeko lingine lilikuwa na mgandamizo wa Tsunami kuipiga New Zealand usiku wa kuamika Jumatatu.

Kwa mujibu wa Waziri Mkuu wa New Zealand John Key amethibitisha kutokea kwa matetemeko hayo na vifo vilivyotokea, huku idara ya majanga nchini humo ikiwataka raia wake kuhamia maeneo ya juu ili kujikinga na madhara yatakayotokea na bado wanafanya uchunguzi kujua madhara ya kibinadamu na miundombinu yaliyotokea.

New Zealand inatajwa kuwa katika eneo lenye mgandamizo mkubwa miamba ambayo hukatika au kupasuka kutokana na kuwa karibu na bahari ya Pacific Ocean ambayo hukumbwa na vimbunga vya Tsunami.

New Zealand iliwahi kupigwa na tetemeko kubwa mwaka 2011 katika eneo la Christchurch na kuua watu 185.

Nimezipata picha 28 za madhara yaliyotokea baada ya matetemeko hayo kutokea nchini New Zealand leo Jumatatu.

A photo taken and received on November 14, 2016, shows a freight train trapped by landslides near Kaikoura on the South Island's east coast. A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed two people and caused massive infrastructure damage in New Zealand, but officials said they were optimistic the death toll would not rise further. The jolt, one of the most powerful ever recorded in the quake-prone South Pacific nation, hit just after midnight near the South Island coastal town of Kaikoura. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / MARK MITCHELLMARK MITCHELL/AFP/Getty Images

In this image made from video, three cows are stranded on an island of grass in a paddock that had been ripped apart following an earthquake near Kaikoura, New Zealand Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (Newshub via AP)

This aerial photo taken and received on November 14, 2016 shows a car on its side near Kaikoura following an earthquake on the South Island's east coast. A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed two people and caused massive infrastructure damage in New Zealand, but officials said on November 14 they were optimistic the death toll would not rise further. The jolt, one of the most powerful ever recorded in the quake-prone South Pacific nation, hit just after midnight near the South Island coastal town of Kaikoura. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / MARK MITCHELLMARK MITCHELL/AFP/Getty Images

This handout photo taken and received on November 14, 2016 shows earthquake damage to State Highway One and the parallel railway tracks near Ohau Point on the South Island's east coast. A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed two people and caused massive infrastructure damage in New Zealand, but officials said on November 14 they were optimistic the death toll would not rise further. The jolt, one of the most powerful ever recorded in the quake-prone South Pacific nation, hit just after midnight near the South Island coastal town of Kaikoura. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Mark MITCHELLMARK MITCHELL/AFP/Getty Images

This aerial photo taken and received on November 14, 2016 shows earthquake damage to State Highway One near Ohau Point on the South Island's east coast. A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed two people and caused massive infrastructure damage in New Zealand, but officials said on November 14 they were optimistic the death toll would not rise further. The jolt, one of the most powerful ever recorded in the quake-prone South Pacific nation, hit just after midnight near the South Island coastal town of Kaikoura. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Mark MITCHELLMARK MITCHELL/AFP/Getty Images

Railway tracks of the main trunk railway line are displaced by a massive landslide that also blocks State Highway One following an earthquake on the coastline, north of Kaikoura, New Zealand Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes and left two people dead, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (Mark Mitchell/Pool Photo via AP)

Cracks in farmland around Conway near Kaikoura, New Zealand, are seen after a powerful earthquake, Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (David Alexander/SNPA via AP)

Landslides block State Highway One near Kaikoura on the upper east coast of New Zealand's South Island following an earthquake, November 14, 2016. Sgt Sam Shepherd/Courtesy of Royal New Zealand Defence Force/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE.

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The aerial photo shows cracks on a state highway near Kaikoura, New Zealand after a powerful earthquake Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (David Alexander/SNPA via AP)

A state highway near Kaikoura, New Zealand is damaged after a powerful earthquake Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (David Alexander/SNPA via AP)

A landslide covers a section of state highway 1 near Kaikoura, New Zealand, Monday, Nov. 14, 2016, after a powerful earthquake. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (David Alexander/SNPA via AP)

An excavator clears a landslide on a section of state highway 1 near Kaikoura, New Zealand, Monday, Nov. 14, 2016, after a powerful earthquake. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (David Alexander/SNPA via AP)

The aerial photo shows the damage to a state highway near Kaikoura, New Zealand Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 after a powerful earthquake. A powerful earthquake that rocked New Zealand on Monday triggered landslides and a small tsunami, cracked apart roads and homes, but largely spared the country the devastation it saw five years ago when a deadly earthquake struck the same region. (David Alexander/SNPA via AP)

epa05629892 The truck loading ramp at the Interisland Ferry wharf has dropped, after an earthquake based around Cheviot in the South island shock the capital Wellington, New Zealand, early 14 November 2016. According to reports, a 7.8 magnitude earthqauke has hit New Zealand overnight, triggering a tsunami warning for the east coast of the country. EPA/ROSS SETFORD

Policemen and locals look at damage following an earthquake, along State Highway One near the town of Ward, south of Blenheim on New Zealand's South Island, November 14, 2016. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

A handout photo taken and received on November 14, 2016, show earthquake damage to State Highway One near Ohau Point on the South Island's east coast. A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed two people and caused massive infrastructure damage in New Zealand, but officials said they were optimistic the death toll would not rise further. The jolt, one of the most powerful ever recorded in the quake-prone South Pacific nation, hit just after midnight near the South Island coastal town of Kaikoura. / AFP PHOTO / NEW ZEALAND TRANSPORT AGENCY / STRSTR/AFP/Getty Images

Members of the public inspect the damage to the road on the Wellington water front after a 7.8 earthquake centred in the South Island, in Wellington on November 14, 2016. Rescuers in New Zealand were scrambling Monday to reach the epicentre of a powerful 7.8 earthquake that killed at least two people and sparked a tsunami alert that sent thousands fleeing for higher ground. / AFP PHOTO / Marty MelvilleMARTY MELVILLE/AFP/Getty Images

Damage to the road on the Wellington water front after a 7.8 earthquake centred in the South Island, in Wellington on November 14, 2016. Rescuers in New Zealand were scrambling Monday to reach the epicentre of a powerful 7.8 earthquake that killed at least two people and sparked a tsunami alert that sent thousands fleeing for higher ground. / AFP PHOTO / Marty MelvilleMARTY MELVILLE/AFP/Getty Images

 

A truck drives over fractures caused by an earthquake, along a road south of the New Zealand town of Ward on the South Island, November 14, 2016. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

Local residents Chris and Viv Young look at damage caused by an earthquake, along State Highway One near the town of Ward, south of Blenheim on New Zealand's South Island, November 14, 2016. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps

epa05630185 Access to the ramp for the Bluebrige Cook Strait Ferry was cracked, after a 7.5 earthquake based around Cheviot in the South island shock the capital, in Wellington, New Zealand, early 14 November 2016. According to reports, a 7.8 magnitude earthqauke has hit New Zealand overnight, triggering a tsunami warning for the east coast of the country. EPA/ROSS SETFORD NEW ZEALAND OUT

A large fissure runs along Kaikoura Road about two hours north of Christchurch Monday, Nov. 14, 2016, after a major earthquake struck New Zealand's south Island early Monday. The powerful earthquake struck in a mostly rural area close to the city of Christchurch but appeared to be more strongly felt in the capital, Wellington, more than 200 Km (120 miles) away. (AP Photo / Joe Morgan)

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