An Earthquake measuring 5.5 magnitude has rocked Cuba. The quake struck 50 miles off the south east coast at 4am local time. Tremors were reportedly felt up to 100 miles away in Santiago de Cuba, Palma Soriano, Bayamo, and Guantanamo. There are no reports of any injuries or serious damage. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) put the preliminary

magnitude of the earthquake at 5.4, while the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) put out a preliminary estimate of 5.7. In May 1992, 40 people were injured and more than 800 buildings damaged when a huge 7.0-magnitude quake struck Cuba. READ MORE