A strong earthquake struck the border between India and Myanmar

By | June 21, 2020
A strong earthquake struck the border between India and Myanmar

The quake epicenter was located 18 kilometers east of the small town of North Vanleifay.
An earthquake of magnitude 5.8 occurred on the border of India and Myanmar. This was reported by the US Geological Survey (USGS) on the night of Monday, June 22.

The earthquake was recorded at 22.40 UTC The quake epicenter was located 18 kilometers east of the small town of North Vanleifay. The center of the earthquake lies at a depth of 8.9 kilometers.

Information on possible damage and casualties has not yet been reported.

A 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck Bingol Province in eastern Turkey last week. Then one person died and another 18 were injured. A series of destruction was recorded.

Also in Japan, an earthquake of magnitude 6.3 occurred off the northwestern coast of Amami Island in Kagoshima Prefecture.

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