In the Balkan country of Albania, earthquakes occur one after another, the first of which was at 22:37 local time.
A 4.7-magnitude earthquake struck near the Albanian capital, Tirana, this evening.
While the epicenter was 29 kilometers northeast of Tirana, the earthquake was also felt in the western part of Macedonia.
The earthquake occurred at a depth of one kilometer. Immediately after this, earthquakes continue to occur at the same location, but at a weaker intensity.
While the initial information indicated that the earthquake was 5.2 on the Richter scale, it was corrected to 4.7 after updating the data.
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