Afghanistan earthquake: 250 killed in Afghanistan earthquake
A strong earthquake was reported in Afghanistan on Wednesday. The epicenter of the quake was reported to be below the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, although no tsunami warning was issued. At least 250 people died in the earthquake. This information was given by the official news agency of Afghanistan, Bakhtar. Rescue work is still on and people are being evacuated.
The earthquake affected Paktika province in Afghanistan. More than 150 people were injured in this incident. The quake was about 44 kilometers (27 mi) southeast of the city of Khost. Reuters quoted the European Mediterranean Earthquake Science Center as saying that the quake was felt 500 kilometers between Pakistan and India.
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The epicenter of the quake was reported below ground, although no tsunami warning was issued. The epicenter of the quake was reported below ground, although no tsunami warning was issued. “Unfortunately, hundreds of people were killed and hundreds were injured across the country in a strong earthquake that struck four districts of Paktika province last night. Apart from this, many houses have also been damaged. Government spokesperson Bilal Karimi tweeted this information. He also appealed to the people to help the people.