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Magnitude 5.0 earthquake hits Turkey’s Mugla

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An earthquake of magnitude 5.0 shook Ula district in Turkey's southwestern Mugla province late Wednesday.

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The quake hit the Aegean city at 23.22 and there are no casualties or damage following the quake, Mugla Governor Esengul Civelek said in a statement.

The depth of the quake was 5 kilometers, Bogaziçi University's Kandilli Observatory said, while the United States Geological Survey (USGS) put the number at 10.

The quake was felt in neighboring towns and cities, the Daily Sabah reported.

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