Follow us! Follow us!

U.S. warning of an earthquake "very large" hits Iraq and the region and up to 10 degrees on Richter

From Reputable News Sources

U.S. warning of an earthquake "very large" hits Iraq and the region and up to 10 degrees on Richter

Unread postby admin » Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:39 am

U.S. warning of an earthquake "very large" hits Iraq and the region and up to 10 degrees on Richter scale.

16:17 04/18/2013

Image
Follow-up - and babysit - Agency warned Geology U.S., on Thursday, the Gulf states, including Iraq and some in East Asia from an earthquake "very large" in the period between 25 to 30 this April, as hinted that the earthquake will exceed the Richter scale, which has 9 degrees , for up to 10 degrees.
The agency said in a report that "a huge plate in the bottom of the ground in a depth of 20 km will move southeast Iran to the Gulf states on the one hand southern Iran, as well as move a plate from the east to the countries of Pakistan, India and East Asia may occur earthquake very large."

She added, that "the preliminary magnitude of the quake is estimated at 10 degrees on the Richter scale, and can destroy an entire region and buried, including under the bottom of the earth."

The agency warned "in southern Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and the central and eastern Saudi Arabia, and the north-east of Amman aftershocks strongly 5 degrees which is capable of destroying the infrastructure, including roads, streets, bridges, stations and towers, electricity, telecommunications, media, Internet and high-rise towers and all public facilities" .

She added that Japan is exposed to serious tsunami.

An earthquake and 80 aftershocks had hit the area south-west of Iran recently reached a degree of about 8 on the Richter scale and killed and hundreds injured according to official Iranian sources.

M. J

alrayy.com
If its not on Iraqi Dinar Chat...It's probably crap!
User avatar
admin
Site Owner
Site Owner
 
Posts: 23495
Joined: Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:26 am

Return to Iraqi News & Misc Info

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 6 guests

cron