5-6 ball earthquake hits Turkey
On August 20 at 03:08 by local time Turkey's seismology center has recorded a 4.2 magnitude earthquake the epicenter of which was in Turkey, 15 km to the North from Diyadi city.
The hypocenter of the earthquake is on 5 km depth.
Ministry of Emergency Situations informs that the quake in epicenter was 5-6 balls.
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