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4.1 earthquake hits district in Diyala, Iraq

Christian Fernsby |
An earthquake hit Iraq's Khanaqin district in the vicinity of Iran, in Diyala governorate Monday morning.

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The global seismic monitoring site recorded a magnitude 4.1 earthquake on the Richter scale, which occurred in the district, specifically at 10:56 local time.

Residents in Khanaqin told Shafaq News that they felt a slight sense of earthquake in some areas of the district.

This was not any news of material damage caused by the earthquake.

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