A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck Guatemala today, causing panic in the Central American country.  The tremors were felt on the country’s coast, with buildings seen shaking in Guatemala City. The US Geological Survey said the tremor was measured at a magnitude of 5.1. It struck 13km southwest of the

city of Retalhuleu at a depth of 77.1km. It was recorded at around 6.10pm (UTC) and felt in Guatemala City. Guatemala’s disaster agency Conred said there were no immediate reports of damage from the quake. The country borders Mexico, where a huge earthquake caused havoc in September, killing 361 people. MORE