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A magnitude of 3.3 earthquake hits northern Iraq

Today, Wednesday, an earthquake struck the city of Halabja in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, with a force of 3.3 degrees on the Richter scale, and a source in the Seismological Assessment and Monitoring Authority in Iraq said today that the seismic observatories recorded an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.3 on the Richter scale in Iranian Kermashan, which is 45 km away. Southeast Halabja, and caused a rebound in Halabja, northern Iraq.

He added: Also, an earthquake struck today, Khanaqin district, in Diyala governorate, 160 km northeast of Baghdad.