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As discovered today in a leaked video of a secret meeting at the australian agency of volcanology and seismology. The TSUNAMI will hit all australian shores in New Year's Eve
2013 and also appears in the video exactly the expectations of the australian agency of volcanology and seismology that tsunami will hit with an earthquake measuring 7 degrees,
which will cost australia and the australian people a lot of casualties estimated as 50,000 people and a lot of large material losses.
It also revealed that the natural disaster agency did not warn australian citizens about this disaster so far it is still in the event of reticence about this disaster to avoid panic among
For more details click on watch now to watch the complete video that was leaked secretly from the australian agency of volcanology and seismology.