Quake hits central Iran again
( Irna ) - Outskirts of Behabad district in the central province of Yazd was hit by another earthquake with a 3.5 magnitude Sunday evening.
According to the seismological base of the Geophysics Institute of Tehran University, the quake was registered at 22:39 hours local time (1909 GMT).
The tremor was epicentered in an area located 55.83 degrees in longitude and 32.6 degrees in latitude, the report added.
There are no reports of any casualty or damage to property caused by the quake.
Behabad is one of the quake-prone regions in Yazd. During the past five years, some 1,000 earthquakes have occurred in the region.
Iran is often hit by quakes of varying magnitudes as it sits on some of the world's most active seismic fault lines.