JAKARTA -- Indonesia terminated the tsunami warning after a 7.8-magnitude quake struck off western coast of Sumatra Island on Wednesday evening, an official of the meteorology said.

The agency only detected

a minor tsunami with the height of five centimeters in waters off Padang of West Sumatra and 10 centimeters in waters off Cocos Island of Australia, the official told Xinhua via phone.

The quake jolted at 19:49 p.m. Jakarta time with an epicenter at 682 km southwest of Mentawai islands of West Sumatra and a depth at 10 km under the sea bed, he said.

There has been no report so far of damage or casualty, including in the islands, the nearest area from the epicenter, Zulfiatno, head of the Disaster Management Agency in West Sumatra Province, told Xinhua via phone.

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