Baku, Azerbaijan, June 9
By Rufiz Hafizoglu - Trend:
An earthquake measuring 4.6 points on the Richter scale hit Turkey's south-eastern Hatay province on June 9, the country's Haber7 TV channel reported.
The quake caused panic among the population, although no casualties and damages were reported. The tremors were felt in the country's neighboring provinces as well.
Previosly, Turkey was hit by another earthquake on May 28, measuring at 4.1, in the northwestern Turkish province of Canakkale.
On May 24, an earthquake measuring 6.5 occurred in the Aegean Sea, affecting many Turkish regions. The earthquake forced people out of their homes, and some people suffered injuries from jumping out of windows.
As a result, some 100 people were injured in Canakkale, five - in Sarkoy, 15 - in Tekirdag, four - in Edirne.
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