Published: 2023-02-21 10:19
Last Updated: 2023-06-08 00:54
The National Center of Geophysics in Lebanon reported that a 4.0-magnitude earthquake occurred at 4:23 am on Tuesday.
The center said that the earthquake occurred off the coast of southern Lebanon, 64 km from Sidon.
Monday evening, a 6.4-magnitude earthquake and a second measuring 5.8 hit the Turkish-Syrian border area.
It was also reported that the sound of buildings collapsing in Antakya, Turkey were heard and electricity was cut off as a result of the earthquake.
The earthquake was felt by residents in Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan.
This comes after a devastating earthquake hit Turkey and Northern Syria on Feb. 6 and left over 44,000 people killed and thousands injured.