An earthquake, measuring 4.3 degrees on the Richter scale, shook Khorramabad in the western Iranian province of Lorestan early Sunday. The Seismological Center of the Tehran University registered a quake at 01:42 [local time], with its epicenter located south of Khorramabad.
According to IRNA, no property damage or probable human casualties have been reported yet.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is one of the most quake-prone countries in the world, with mild tremors being an almost daily occurrence. (Albawaba.com)