An earthquake forced 3.8 degrees on the Richter scale in Iran's Huzestan Province near Shushter city Dec. 25, Trend reported citing IRNA News Agency.
The earthquake took place at 10:08 (local time), the Seismography centre under Tehran University Geophysics Institute said.
No death and injuries are reported.
Last night tremors forced 3.9 degrees on Richter scale in Horremabad city of Iran's Lorestan Province, Iran's MEHR News Agency reported. The earthquake hit at 20:47 (local time). Generally, heavy earthquakes often happen in Tehran.
The heaviest earthquake took place in December, 2003 in Bam city (south-east of Kirman Province). As a result about 31,000 people died and old castles damaged.
The most devastating earthquake forced 7.7 degrees on the Richter scale, killing 37,000 people in the country in 1990. Over 100,000 people were injured in Gilan and Zanjan provinces.