18 June 2019

Magnitude 5.2 earthquake rocks in Pakistan

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A 5.2 magnitude earthquake hit the north of Pakistan, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said on Wednesday. reports citing Urdu point.

The earthquake was recorded at 3:10 GMT at a depth of 30 kilometers (18.6 miles). The epicenter was 39 kilometers southeast of the town of Baffa in north Pakistan.

​There is no information about any damages and victims caused by the earthquake.

2019.06.12 / 10:36
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