An earthquake of 4.6 magnitude struck the Kahramanmaras Province, south-east of Turkey on Saturday, according to data released by Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Authority.
The Authority pinpointed earthquake’s epicentre in the Goksun district, stating that it occurred at a depth of 7 km.
There were no injuries, casualties or damages reported.
Two powerful earthquakes struck Turkey last month leaving more than 48,000 people dead and affecting 11 provinces in the country.
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