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A 4.5-magnitude earthquake in Russia is felt in parts of Mongolia

Greece has three earthquakes a day.

On November 5, the official website of the State Emergency Administration of Mongolia announced that

a 4.5-magnitude earthquake occurred at 11:1:30 in the morning at a distance of 100 kilometers east of

Huder County, Selenga Province, northern Russia.

At the time of the earthquake, Mongolia’s capital Ulaanbaatar

Darhanwula and Selenga provinces felt the tremors to varying degrees

but there were no casualties and property losses in Mongolia. 

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