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4 magnitude earthquake jolts Kazakhstan

Christian Fernsby |
A magnitude 4.0 earthquake has been registered in Eastern Kazakhstan region on January 3 at 7:51 am local time, the seismology expedition of the Ministry of Education of Kazakhstan reported.

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The quake was centered 510 km north of Almaty.

No tremors were reported.

Prior to this, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake was recorded on January 1, 2020 with the epicenter on the territory of China.

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