Earthquake of Magnitude 4.3 Hits Eastern Part of Kabul, Afghanistan
A magnitude 4.3 earthquake has struck the eastern part of Kabul, Afghanistan. The earthquake occurred at around 4:00 am local time on Tuesday, and was felt in the region for several minutes. The epicenter of the earthquake was located around 30 kilometers east of the city.
Effects of the Earthquake
The earthquake caused some minor damage to buildings in the area, but no casualties have been reported. Local authorities have warned people to remain vigilant as aftershocks may occur. People in the region are advised to stay away from damaged buildings and to check for any structural damage to their own homes.
Impact on the Region
The earthquake has caused some disruption to the region, with power outages reported in some areas. People in the region are advised to take extra precautions and to stay away from any damaged buildings. The authorities are monitoring the situation and are working to restore power and other services to the affected areas.
The earthquake has been a reminder of the need for people in the region to be prepared for natural disasters. The authorities are urging people to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves and their property in the event of an earthquake.
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