5.6 Magnitude Earthquake Registered in Iran
A 5.6 magnitude earthquake on the Richter scale has struck southern Iran. Preliminary reports indicate that the outbreak of the earthquake is at a depth of 2 km in the province of Hormozgan, near the town of Bandar-e Lenge.
There are no reports of damage or injuries so far, BGNES reports.
The country is located on large seismic faults and often experiences earthquakes, some of which are quite severe.
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