A 4.4-magnitude earthquake shakes Adi Yaman, Turkey


A 4.4-magnitude earthquake hit Saturday morning in Adi Yaman, southeastern Turkey.

And the Turkish Emergency and Disaster Administration (AFAD) announced that the earthquake occurred at 8.27 local time, with its epicenter in Celikhan district in Adi Yaman state.

The earthquake occurred at a depth of 7 kilometers, according to the data provided on the (AFAD) website.


In a related context, a 4-magnitude earthquake shook the city of Antakya in Hatay province, southern Turkey.

The earthquake occurred at 06:03 on Saturday morning, at a depth of 7.23 km.

A 4.1-magnitude earthquake struck at dawn on Saturday the Tufan Bayli district of Adana state, in the south of the country.

The earthquake occurred at 03:20 at a depth of 7 kilometers, according to (AFAD).