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YEREVAN. – The seismological network of Armenia on Tuesday recorded an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.7 at the Georgia-Azerbaijan border zone, at 1:41am local time, 57 km southwest of Lagodekhi town in Georgia, and at a depth of 10 kilometers.

The tremor measured magnitude 5 at the epicenter, the Ministry of Emergency Situations informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.

The seismic activity was felt in Armenia, too—in Noyemberyan town, as well as in Koti, Barekamavan, and Koghb villages of Tavush Province.

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