Nigde rattled at 5.3 Magnitude…

Little over two weeks after two catastrophic earthquakes that killed more than 50,000 people in Turkey and Syria, the central Anatolian Turkish province of Nigde has been rattled by an earthquake measuring magnitude 5.3, according to the Kandilli earthquake monitoring center.


According to the Turkish disaster management organization AFAD, the earthquake that struck the Bor district on Saturday at 1:27pm (10:27 GMT) had a depth of 7km (4.34 miles). Thus far, there have been no recorded casualties.


Response teams are on the ground to evaluate any damage, according to Vice President Fuat Oktay.


“At the moment, nothing bad is happening. He tweeted, “May God keep our nation and our country safe from all kinds of tragedies.

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