3.4-magnitude quake jolts western Turkey

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A 3.4-magnitude earthquake has shaken western Turkey, the European Mediterranean Seismological Center said on April 7. reports citing Trend.

The epicenter of the quake was located 46 kilometers northeast of the Antalya city. The seismic center was located at a depth of 25kilometers.

There have been no reports about victims or possible damages.

2019.04.07 / 20:54
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