Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 jolts Afghanistan's Fayzabad, no casualties

An earthquake of magnitude 4.9 on the Richter scale hit Afghanistan's Fayzabad in the wee hours of Thursday at around 00It occurred 93 km South-South East of Fayzabad at a depth of 150 Kilometres."Earthquake of Magnitude:4.9, Occurred on 05-08-2022, 00:38:08 IST, Lat: 36.38 & Long: 71.09, Depth: 150 Km, Location: 93km SSE of Fayzabad," tweeted National Center for Seismology.There have been no reports of casualties or loss of properties as of now.More details are awaited.Earlier, on June 22, a 5.9-magnitude earthquake jolted parts of Afghanistan including the capital city Kabul killing over 1,000 people across Barmal and Giyan districts in Paktika province and Spera district in Khost province.The disaster comes as Afghanistan continues to struggle with a severe economic crisis since the Taliban took over, as US-led international forces withdrew following two decades of war.In addition, at least 1,455 people were injured across three of the six most-affected districts of Barmal, ..

Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 jolts Afghanistan's Fayzabad, no casualties
An earthquake of magnitude 4.9 on the Richter scale hit Afghanistan's Fayzabad in the wee hours of Thursday at around 00It occurred 93 km South-South East of Fayzabad at a depth of 150 Kilometres."Earthquake of Magnitude:4.9, Occurred on 05-08-2022, 00:38:08 IST, Lat: 36.38 & Long: 71.09, Depth: 150 Km, Location: 93km SSE of Fayzabad," tweeted National Center for Seismology.There have been no reports of casualties or loss of properties as of now.More details are awaited.Earlier, on June 22, a 5.9-magnitude earthquake jolted parts of Afghanistan including the capital city Kabul killing over 1,000 people across Barmal and Giyan districts in Paktika province and Spera district in Khost province.The disaster comes as Afghanistan continues to struggle with a severe economic crisis since the Taliban took over, as US-led international forces withdrew following two decades of war.In addition, at least 1,455 people were injured across three of the six most-affected districts of Barmal, ..