Papua New Guinea hit by another natural disaster

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Damage caused by an natural disaster in Papua New Guinea is seen in this handout image released March 7, 2018.

It is reported that aftershocks of magnitude 6.7 was recorded in 112 km South-West of the city of Porgera.

At least 55 people have been confirmed dead, while authorities fear that the death toll could exceed 100.

The aftershock was one of the six strong quakes that hit the country since midnight on Wednesday, Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported.

On February 26th, a 7.5 magnitude quake hit the border region of Hela and Southern Highland provinces, 600km from the capital Port Moresby.

More than a hundred people in are feared to have been killed following the Papua New Guinea natural disaster with a magnitude 7.5 and powerful aftershocks that struck the country's mountainous region. "There will be no quick fix", he said.

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"These generators will provide immediate assistance to communities suffering from damage to critical infrastructure", noted the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, Peter O'Neill.

The latest quake hit at 6:39am New Zealand time, 44km north-east of Taron.

The quakes caused buildings to collapse as well as landslides.

On Tuesday, The National reported that in Southern Highlands province, 11 people were buried by landslides caused by the quake.

"It's a mammoth task", he added.

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