Azerbaijan, Baku, September 26/Trend, A.Taghiyeva/
An earthquake measuring four on the Richter scale hit the Erchish region of Van province in the east of Turkey last night, "Sabah" newspaper reported on Thursday.
According to data received from Bogazici University Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute, the earthquake took place at 05:55 am local time at a depth of about 5 kilometers.
No casualties or damages are reported as a result of the earthquake.
Van Province is shaken by quakes since October 2011. A strong earthquake of 7.2 magnitude struck the city on Oct.23. This was followed by several powerful aftershocks of 5.1-6.1 magnitude in the region throughout the day. Over 600 people died and 4,000 thousands were injured. Some 2,262 buildings were destroyed.
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