Two quakes hit southern Turkey

Ankara, SANA- An earthquake measuring 4.5 degrees on the Richter scale struck southern Turkey on Saturday morning.

Anatolia News Agency said that according to data publish on the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management (AFAD), website, the center of the earthquake is Akin Ozu district in Kahramanmaraş Province, at a depth of 7 kilometers.

In the same context, another earthquake, measuring 4.2 degrees on the Richter scale, hit Kahramanmaraş, and its epicenter in Gokson district at a depth of 9.44 kilometers.

According to the News Agency no casualties or damages were reported due to the two quakes.

Fedaa al-Rhayiah / Hala Zain

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