Quake rocks eastern Turkey leaving at least 12 injured
A strong earthquake shook eastern Turkey on Sunday, collapsing buildings and injuring at least 12 people,
The quake, which took place at around 6:50 a.m.(0350 GMT) in Erzurum province had a preliminary magnitude of 5.3 and came days after another quake killed 10 people in the region.
Gov. Mustafa Malay told Anatolia news agency, that 10
villages suffered severe damage in the quake and 12 people
were injured. (Albawaba.com)
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