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4.3-magnitude quake hits Iran, tremors felt in Armenia

4.3-magnitude quake hits Iran, tremors felt in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - A 4.3-magnitude earthquake struck 13 km north-west of Iran’s Ahar city on January 28, 11.38 pm local time, with grade 2-3 jolts felt in Armenia’s Meghri city, press service of RA Ministry of Emergency Situations reported.

The quake struck at 10 km depth, with grade 5-6 tremors reported in the epicenter.

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