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YEREVAN. – A magnitude-2.6 earthquake was registered Wednesday in the Armenia-Nakhchivan border zone, at 1:16pm local time, 8 km northwest of Yelpin village in Armenia’s Vayots Dzor Province, and 10 km beneath the surface.

The seismic activity measured magnitude 3 to 4 at the epicenter, the Ministry of Emergency Situations informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.

The tremor was felt in Zangakatun and Lanjar villages of Ararat Province—and with a magnitude of 3.

As reported earlier, a magnitude-2.3 earthquake was registered Wednesday in Armenia, at 9:56am local time, 14 km northwest of Yelpin village, and 10 km beneath the surface.

This seismic activity measured magnitude 3 at the epicenter.

This tremor was felt in Zangakatun, Tigranashen, and Paruyr Sevak villages of Ararat Province—and with a magnitude of 2 to 3.

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