Situation Ministry warns Kyrgyzstan may be hit by devastating earthquake in 2015

Kyzans Quake
August 2015GEOLOGYKyrgyz Emergency Situations Ministry has warned that Kyrgyzstan may be hit by a 9-point earthquake in the second half of 2015. This forecast was posted on the ministry’s official website, RIA Novosti reported August 4. Kyrgyzstan sits on a zone of destructive earthquakes. In October 2008, the Kyrgyz village of Nura, located near the country’s border with China, was almost totally destroyed by an 8-point quake. At the time, 75 people were killed, and 150 were injured in Nura. –Trend
Iran struck by meteor: Iran has confirmed that a meteor has hit somewhere in the northern part of the country. The meteor landed in Avaj in the province of Qazvin, Mohammad Ali Ahani, director of Qazvin Crisis Management Staff said, Mehr news agency reported July 31. Also, there have been reports that some pieces of rock have hit areas in Eshtehard, Alborz Province, Arsalan Qasemi, governor of Boeen Zahra, county in Qazvin Province, said. Another local governor of Takestan County, Qazvin Province, said that the area witnessed the passing of the meteor, but nowhere in the district under his supervision had been hit. –Trend
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2 Responses to Situation Ministry warns Kyrgyzstan may be hit by devastating earthquake in 2015

  1. chrissy says:

    Hi Alvin, hope all is well with you. Just wanted to ask if this meteor caused any damage to iran , because I read this story on the weekend but did not find any word on if it caused damage to iran, anyways I guess still scare to know this happen. I hope no one got hurt from this meteor. anyway thanks for your news take care of your self–chrissy

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