Strong earthquake strikes Indonesia's Java island
A powerful earthquake has caused buildings to sway in Indonesia's capital, AP reported.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake struck Wednesday afternoon on the southern coast of the main island of Java with a preliminary magnitude of 7.2. It had a depth of 38 miles (60 kilometers).
There have been no immediate reports of damage or injuries. No tsunami alert has been immediately issued.
In the capital, Jakarta, panicked office workers ran outside onto the streets.