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US News earthquake during interviews - New Zealand's prime minister remains cool

10:15  25 may  2020
10:15  25 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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New Zealand ' s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was being interviewed live on TV on Monday morning when an earthquake hit. The room could be seen It was felt across the country, but there were no reports of damage or injuries. New Zealand sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire zone of seismic activity, so

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A live interview by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was disrupted by an earthquake - but the head of government stayed cool and continued the conversation. The quake of moderate magnitude 5.6 shook the New Zealand North Island on Monday shortly before 8:00 am local time. At that time, Ardern was interviewing breakfast television in the capital Wellington.

"We are having quite an earthquake right now," said the 39-year-old to the moderator. "A very decent quake here, if you see how things are going behind me," the head of government continued to comment on the events. Ardern looked worried for a moment, but she smiled and continued. "It just stopped," she said. "We are fine". It looks like she is in a solid building.

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WELLINGTON (AFP) - A moderate 5.6-magnitude earthquake rattled New Zealand ' s North Island early Monday (May 25) but failed to crack Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's trademark composure as she conducted a live television interview .

The prime minister of New Zealand (Māori: Te Pirimia o Aotearoa) is the head of government of New Zealand . The incumbent prime minister , Jacinda Ardern, leader of the New Zealand Labour Party

The center of the quake was located approximately 90 kilometers north of Wellington, according to the US geological agency USGS. Despite its relatively moderate strength, it was clearly felt in the capital. However, there were initially no reports of possible major damage.

New Zealand lies on the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire. Several tectonic plates collide there, which is why there are more than 15,000 earthquakes in the country every year. Only about a hundred to 150 of them are so strong that you can feel them. In 2011, a 6.3 magnitude quake in the city of Christchurch on the South Island killed 185 people.

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