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Earthquake hits Turkey’s west

16:31, 03.08.2012 Region: Turkey Theme: Incidents

A 4.6 magnitude earthquake jolted Turkey’s western Manisa province on Friday afternoon.

The epicenter was located Golmarmara region of the province, Haber7 reports. It was felt in Izmir province as well.

Marisa Governor said no casualties and destruction had been reported.

On Thursday a 2.3 magnitude earthquake hit Armenian-Turkish border morning at 7:56 am local time five kilometers to the west from Artashat city.The underground shaking measured magnitude 3 at the epicenter.



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