Earthquake of magnitude 5.1 occurred in the north-west China

 Earthquake of magnitude 5.1 occurred on Wednesday in 17.27 local time (13.27 MSK) in Qinghai Province in northwest China, Xinhua news agency reports with reference to the Chinese seismological service.

The epicenter was located in the county-Tszado Yushu Tibet Autonomous Region at a depth of 20 kilometers at coordinates 32.9 degrees north latitude and 94.7 degrees east longitude.

Reports of earthquake victims have been reported yet.

Yushu, a majority of whom are Tibetans, has been hit by an earthquake in April 2010, which killed about 2.7 thousand people.

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