World More than 900 people have reportedly been killed in an earthquake in Afghanistan – News Line by News Line June 22, 2022 written by News Line June 22, 2022 12 views 12 More than 900 people have reportedly been killed in an earthquake in Afghanistan According to foreign media reports, a strong earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale was felt in the Afghan province of Paktika yesterday. The quake has so far killed more than 900 people and injured several others. According to media reports, local officials said that several houses were reduced to rubble due to the quake while several people were injured in the natural calamity and were rushed to the hospital for immediate medical treatment. According to reports, the tremors were felt in more than 500 km areas of Afghanistan, as a result of which tremors were also felt in many parts of Pakistan and India, while severe tremors were also felt in the capital Kabul. Read UK inflation hits new 40-year high of 9.1% as food and energy price surge persists The US Geological Survey said the quake had a magnitude of 6.1 and a depth of 51 km. According to Afghan officials, rescue teams have been dispatched to the quake-hit areas immediately. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post UK inflation hits new 40-year high of 9.1% as food and energy price surge persists – News Line next post 2 men shot in area of busy Bergen County shopping plaza – News Line Related Posts Another Sikh leader of the Khalistan Movement killed in Canada September 21, 2023 Putin to meet Chinese president next month, report September 20, 2023 Bitter meeting of the Canadian High Commissioner in the Indian... September 19, 2023 India could be behind killing of Canadian Sikh Leader: Trudeau September 19, 2023 9 Juvenile Inmates Escape from Pennsylvania’s Abraxas Academy September 18, 2023 14 people dead as plane crashes in Brazils Amazon September 17, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.