TEHRAN. – A 3.8-magnitude quake jolted Iran on Monday. The tremor was registered nearby Kerman city, Iran.
The underground shakings were registered at 4:19 p.m. local time by the Seismological center at the Tehran University, Vesti Kovkaza reports quoting iribnews agency.
There are no reports on any casualties or destruction. However, people left their homes.
As Armenian News-NEWS.am informed earlier, a magnitude-6.2 earthquake hit northwestern Iran on August 11 killing 300 people and injuring close to 2,500. The tremor was felt in Armenia and Azerbaijan, too.