Two quakes with magnitudes, ranging from 3.5 to four richter degrees, jolted southern parts of Iran Sunday night and early Monday morning, IRNA reported from Tehran.
A four-richter quake hit Bandarabbas (Hormuzgan Province) suburbs at 05:32 hours local time (01:02 GMT) on Monday, while a 3.5-richter one already shaking Firouzabad in southern Fars Province at 20:25 hours local time (16:22 GMT), according to Tehran University`s Geophysics Institute.
No report is yet available on likely toll or damage caused by the two earthquakes.
Earthquakes are almost a rule in Iran, a country sitting on major faultlines in the earth`s structure.
Some 35,000 people were killed in 1990 when earthquakes of up to 7.7 on the Richter scale hit the northwest of Iran.
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