Magnitude 6.2 quake hits Kerman area in southeast Iran

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There have been no reports of passings or wounds from Monday's shudder 


A seismic tremor of size 6.2 hit Kerman area in southeast Iran on Tuesday, state media announced, giving no underlying points of interest of conceivable setbacks.

The shudder struck close to the town of Hojdak, as indicated by state TV. The U.S. topographical review recorded its greatness as 6.1 and said it struck at a profundity of 57 km (35 miles).

Another tremor, which Iranian state media detailed at 6.0 and the USGS revealed at 5.4, hit western Iran on Monday, in a similar district where a size 7.3 quake killed no less than 530 individuals a month ago. There have been no reports of passings or wounds from Monday's shake.

President Hassan Rouhani has featured his administration's endeavors in conveying help and impermanent lodging to the casualties of a month ago's shudder. Hardline adversaries say the administration's reaction was not sufficiently snappy or satisfactory.

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