A strong earthquake was registered Saturday in the ocean off the eastern coast of New Zealand, with no reports of casualties and destruction.
Cooler weather is expected in Bulgaria as a Code Yellow alert is declared for 17 Bulgarian regions Monday.
The climaxing heat wave that has gripped Bulgaria for weeks now has broken the temperature records for the date in 30 Bulgarian locations Sunday.
4 houses have suffered structural damages and will have to be demolished after the 4.5-degree earthquake that hit Bulgaria's western Pernik region Saturday.
A Code Red alert is declared for 3 Bulgarian regions on Sunday, while the rest of the country is under code orange over the forecast for scorching heat.
Only one light aftershock has been registered overnight in the area of the capital Sofia and the western city of Pernik, in the aftermath of the Saturday afternoon's 4.5-magnitude jolt.
Chief Secretary of the Interior, Commissar Kalin Georgiev, has assured that there is no cause for panic after the quake that struck Western Bulgaria Saturday afternoon.
The 4.5-magnitude jolt which struck Western Bulgaria Saturday afternoon was also felt in eastern and northeastern Macedonia.
Experts at the Geophysical Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) have rejected the possibility of a stronger earthquake occurring after Saturday afternoon's 4.5-magnitude jolt
The 4.5-magnitude earthquake which hit Western Bulgaria on Saturday afternoon may be followed by lighter aftershocks.
Bulgarian seismologists have called for patience and calm after a 4.5 magnitude earthquake shook western Bulgaria on Saturday, throwing many people into panic.
The relatively strong tremor that threw into panic people in Bulgaria's capital Sofia and nearby Pernik is an aftershock of the 5.8-magnitude quake at the end of May, according to experts.
Teams of firefighters and police officers from three Bulgarian cities have been dispatched to the sites where Saturday's 4.5-magnitude earthquake felt strongest.
Rositsa Yanakieva, Mayor of the western Bulgarian city of Pernik, has said that the 4.5-magnitude quake, which struck the region on Saturday afternoon, has not caused any casualties or collapsed buildings.
A Code Orange alert was declared once again for all Bulgarian regions on Saturday.
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