Mexico earthquake: New aftershock halts rescue operations

Another earthquake has sent people in Mexico running back into the streets. The aftershock is a setback for rescue efforts after Tuesday's quake that killed at least 300 people.

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    Another earthquake has sent people in Mexico running back into the streets.

    A magnitude 6.2 quake shook southern Mexico on Saturday, but no new damage was reported in the capital.

    The aftershock is a setback for rescue efforts after Tuesday's quake that killed at least 300 people.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Mexico City.


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