BEIJING (AFP) - The death toll from two earthquakes that struck China's border with Myanmar just minutes apart rose to three on Friday, while about 100 more were reported injured, state media said. The toll is up from the one fatality reported after the quakes, measuring 5.0 and 5.9, hit Thursday in southwest China's Yunnan province, 200km from the city of Dali, a popular tourist spot. The official Xinhua news agency said the first victim was a woman in her 30s, but did not describe the two other victims. The report said the tremor destroyed six homes and damaged 4,056 others around the county, including 17 school buildings. Power and telecommunications networks were cut in the main districts of the county following the quakes The epicentre of the quakes, which both hit at a depth of 10km, was less than 30 kilometres away from the spot where a 5.3-magnitude tremor hit early Wednesday.