Deep earthquake recorded on the Russian-Chinese border

Earthquake of magnitude 6.1 occurred on Wednesday night at the Russian-Chinese border, the Xinhua news agency, referring to the state of seismological stations.
Underground shock was recorded on Wednesday at 23.26 on Chinese time (19.26 MSK) at a depth of 560 kilometers. The region's largest town of Yanji City, Liaoning Province is located 140 kilometers from the epicenter of the shock, and less than 200 kilometers from the Russian Vladivostok.
Officially, the city's population is less than half a million people, more than half of them — representatives of Korean nationality. Information on injuries were reported.

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