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    The mayor of Acipayam district Hulusi Sevkan told broadcaster NTV there is no information about casualties or damage, caused by the quake.

    According to the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre, the Western part of Turkey was hit by a 6.4-magnitude earthquake on Wednesday. The tremors started at about 06:34 GMT, with the epicentre located at a shallow depth of 10 km near the city of Acıpayam, located 123 kilometres from the city of Antalya.

    At the same, the Turkish earthquake monitor has reported 5.6-magnitude shakes.

    No further details are available at the moment.

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