Earthquake in Afghanistan: Quake of Magnitude 4.2 Hits 302 km North-East of Kabul

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Kabul, October 30: A medium-intensity earthquake occurred in Afghanistan on Friday. According to the National Centre for Seismology (NCS), the quake struck 302 km northeast of Kabul at 9:21 pm. The magnitude of the quake measured on the Richter Scale was 4.2.

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Till now, there are no reports of any collateral damage or injuries in the earthquake. Panic gripped the area due to tremors. People even rushed out of their homes as a precaution. More details are still awaited. Earthquake in Afghanistan: Quake Measuring 5.2 Magnitude Hits Hindu Kush.

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