Romania's Vrancea Rocked by New Quake
A 4.1-magnitude earthquake has been measured in Vrancea country, Romania, state-run Agerpres agency says.
The Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Centre puts its magnitude at 4.
There have been no immediate reports of casualties.
The epicenter has been located at a depth of 100 km.
In September, a quake measuring 5.3 on the Richter scale was felt throughout the region.
Vrancea's tremor has become the second major one in Southeast Europe on Monday after the 4.2-strong one in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 60 km from Sarajevo, this morning.
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