Jordanian seismological observatory: an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.5 south of Sharm El-Sheikh

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Jordanian seismological observatory: an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.5 south of Sharm El-Sheikh

Arab Weather - The Jordanian Seismological Observatory / Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources recorded today, Tuesday, a 3.5-degree earthquake on the Richter scale that struck south of Sharm El-Sheikh at 5:39 pm.

According to observatory data, the tremor occurred in the Red Sea, 25 km south of Sharm el-Sheikh, at a depth of 19 km.

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