HUGE Earthquake Rocks The Russia-Mongolia Border

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HUGE Earthquake Rocks The Russia-Mongolia Border this evening

The GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences has reported that a massive 6.7 magnitude earthquake rocked the Russia- Mongolia border today (Tuesday), at around 5.33am local time, occurring at a depth of 10km.

It said the epicenter of the huge earthquake was registered around 277km Southwest of Angarsk, underneath Lake Khövsgöl, in the Irkutsk region of Russia, 30 km from the Mongolian city of Turt.

There are no reports of fatalities or serious property damage.


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