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An Earthquake With 7.2 Magnitudes Hit Tajikistan



An Earthquake With 7.2 Magnitudes Hit Tajikistan

Earthquake in Tajikistan


An earthquake with 7.2 magnitudes hit Tajikistan in the morning right at 8:37 am.

On 23, February 2023, Thursday morning, an earthquake hit at a depth of 10 km (6 miles). The Chinese state television reported it sadly.

According to CCTV, the earthquake’s epicenter, which is 82 kilometers from the closest Chinese border, was felt powerfully in some parts of China’s western Xinjiang province, including Kashgar and Artux.

According to official media Xinhua, phone and power supplies in Kashgar were unaffected. State media reported that the Xinjiang railroad department has halted passenger trains operating on the Aksu-Kashgar stretch of the Southern Xinjiang railway.

According to the US Geological Survey, several earthquakes have struck a remote area of Tajikistan bordering China, with the strongest quake measuring magnitude of 7.2.

Worldwide Latest Earthquake Is Of The Top Trends

The latest earthquake in the world just happened in china. Furthermore, the earthquake before china, and Tajikistan, hit Syria and turkey 3 times hardly. Building or people no one is safe from earthquakes. These countries have faced a huge loss.

In Turkey, where another earthquake struck and at least six people were killed, rescuers are once more looking for people who are buried beneath the debris. Check the Latest News and Updates, all you need to know is here.

It is reported that a 6.4 magnitude earthquake that ravaged both nations on February 6 occurred close to Antakya, Turkey, which is located close to the Syrian border.

In Turkey and Syria, the previous earthquakes left 44,000 people dead and tens of thousands displaced. On Monday, tremor-weakened buildings fell in both nations.

According to Turkey’s catastrophe and emergency service, the 6.4 earthquakes struck at a depth of 10 km at 20:04 local time (17:04 GMT). (6.2 miles). Three minutes later, a 5.8 aftershock occurred, and then hundreds of smaller tremors followed.



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