Magnitude 6.7 earthquake hits Russia-Mongolia Border Region –GFZ

Reuters | Moscow | Updated: 12-01-2021 03:25 IST | Created: 12-01-2021 03:17 IST
Magnitude 6.7 earthquake hits Russia-Mongolia Border Region  –GFZ
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An earthquake of magnitude 6.7 struck the Russia-Mongolia Border Region, the GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences said on Monday.

The quake was at a depth of 10 km, it added

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