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Earthquake on Georgia-Russia border felt in Armenia

Christian Fernsby |
Armenia’s ministry of emergency situations reported that on April 21, at 10:08 local time, a 4.0 magnitude earthquake was registered on the Georgia-Russia border zone.

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The epicenter was on the Georgia-Russia border zone, 32 km south-east from the Georgian city of Telavi.

The tremor measured magnitude 5-6 points at the epicenter area.

The quake was also felt in Armenia, in particular in Shnogh village and Alaverdi town of Lori province, with magnitude 2-3 points.

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