Tehran, Sept 25, IRNA-A mild earthquake measuring 3.9 on the Richter scale shook the outskirts of Zarand city in Kerman province, southeastern Iran, Saturday night.
According to the Kerman-based seismological base affiliated to Tehran University, the quake hit the area at 23:24 hours local time (19:54 GMT).
No reports have been received on possible damage to property.
Quakes of various intensities have recently hit cities and towns of Kerman province.
The most devastating so far was the earthquake which hit the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in December 2003, killing tens of thousands and injuring thousands more.
The city of Bam, home to the world's most ancient mudbrick citadel known as Arg-e Bam, was almost flattened to the ground by the said killer quake.
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