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New 5.7 magnitude earthquake registered in Turkish Karliova

Christian Fernsby |
After the 5.7 magnitude earthquake in Karlıova, province of Bingöl, on Sunday, another severe earthquake with 5.6 magnitude was reported today.

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According to the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD), the 5.6 magnitude earthquake was registered in the village of Kaynarpınar in Karlıova at 9.51 am, local time, at a depth of 7.01 kilometers. The earthquake was felt in the surrounding provinces.

A village guard died and 18 people were injured in the 5.7 magnitude earthquake that occurred in Karlıova on Sunday.

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