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Earthquake hits Azerbaijan's Lankaran

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An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.4 points (6 points at the epicenter) has been registered in Azerbaijan's Lankaran region by the Armenian emergency ministry’s seismic protection service.

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The quake was recorded in Lankaran region of Azerbaijan at 02:20am today at a depth of 10km, the Republic Seismological Service Center of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences said.

The earthquake was felt also in Nagono Karabakh – a 2-magnitude shock in Hadrut and 2-magnitude tremor in Khankendi.


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