Turkey was shaken by an earthquake again, this time with a magnitude of 6.3
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southern Turkey near the Syrian border on Monday (20/2/2023) evening local time. The earthquake reportedly triggered panic and further damage to buildings. The quake comes two weeks after the country's worst earthquake in modern history which killed tens of thousands of people. Two Reuters reporters said the shaking was strong and lasting. The quake damaged buildings and left dust in the night air in downtown Antakya, where it was centered. The earthquake was also felt in Egypt and Lebanon.