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An earthquake struck last night in Severo-Kurilsk

In 02.52 local time on the night of 9 May in the Pacific Ocean, in 109 km south of North-Kurilsk, an earthquake occurred. According to the US Geological Survey, its magnitude was 5,2, and the focus was at a depth of 55,2 km.

As in turn, the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Sakhalin Region reports with reference to the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the magnitude of the seismic event was 4,3. The sensibility of the earthquake by the inhabitants of Severo-Kurilsk did not exceed three points. There is no tsunami threat.

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