Earthquake Strikes Near Georgian-Azerbaijani Border, Felt In Armenia.

Today, a 4.1 magnitude earthquake struck near the Georgian Azerbaijani border, 38 km north of the city of Gyanja, per the Armenian National Survey for Seismic Protection.

The quake measured 5-6 at the epicenter.

The tremors were felt in Armenia’s Tavush and Lori provinces.

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