A powerful 5.8-magnitude earthquake has hit the town of Sangan, according to Iranian state television. The epicentre of the quake was located at a depth of 8 kilometres (5 miles). At the moment, there are no official reports about casualties or damage, caused by the tremor.
⚠️Islamic Republic of #Iran🇮🇷: A moderate #earthquake of magnitude Mww=5.2, was registered at 79KM SW of #Tāybād, province of #RazaviKhorasan. Depth: 10KM.— Middle East Earthquakes (@Earthquake_MidE) January 2, 2020
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Sangan is a city with a population of around 9,000, located near the Afghan border.