Magnitude 5.7 earthquake hits Caspian Sea off Azerbaijani coast


YEREVAN, JULY 4, ARTSAKHPRESS. On July 4, an earthquake with a 5.7 magnitude struck off the shores of the Caspian Sea in Azerbaijan, APA reported citing the Azerbaijani Republican Seismological Service Center. 

The earthquake was recorded at 00:01 local time.

The earthquake’s epicenter was located 80 kilometers north-east of Khachmaz district, at a depth of 20 kilometers.

The tremors were felt in numerous regions of Azerbaijan, including the capital city of Baku.

The Azerbaijani authorities did not report deaths or destructions.

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