Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Another Earthquake Strikes Idlib, Northwest of Syria

A new earthquake struck the northwestern countryside of Idlib province in the northwest of Syria late evening, Monday 19 December, the Syrian National Earthquake Center reported.

Moderate Earthquake of 4.8 Degrees Strikes Northwest of Idlib

The latest earthquake was of a moderate magnitude, 4.8 degrees on the Richter scale, and struck at a 10 kilometers depth, the Earthquake Information site noted, a site that monitors earthquakes around the world.

There were no immediate reports of any casualties or damage to properties, and so far none were reported, the area struck by the earthquake is occupied by Al Qaeda terrorists under the protection of NATO's second-largest army, the Turkish army.

Since the year 2000, natural Syria, aka the Levant, entered what geologists call the Earthquake Era as the region falls on the so-called Arab Plate Seismic Fault which stretches from the Anadul in Turkey to Africa through West Asia, a series of earthquakes across this line has been recorded throughout the past 2 decades, most of which were minor to medium and some of them were devastating.

More in this report: Moderate Earthquake of 4.8 Degrees Strikes Northwest of Idlib.

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