Two earthquakes hit Turkey North-East of capital Ankara, striking three minutes apart
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  • 11:22 14 September 2019

Two earthquakes hit Turkey North-East of capital Ankara, striking three minutes apart

The first tremor reportedly struck at 9:00 AM in Çankırı Province northeast of the Turkish capital; it was followed by another quake at 9:03 AM local time, ONA reports citing Sputnik.

A 4.7-magnitude earthquake hit on Saturday morning north-east of Ankara, the capital of Turkey. It was followed by a 4.8-magnitude tremor just three minutes later, according to Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency.

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