19 May 2016

Tunisia: Earth Tremor of 2.7 Degrees West of Bousalem - Jendouba

Tunis — An earth tremor measuring 2.7 degrees on the Richter scale was registered, Wednesday evening about 08.13 p.m. (local hour) west of the city of Bousalem (Jendouba), according to the national meteorology Institute.

The tremor felt by the local inhabitants, was located at 36.6 degrees latitude and 8.9 degrees longitude.

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