Earthquake attacks northeast Afghanistan, quake struck in north India


According to the US Geological Survey, earthquake attacks northeast Afghanistan capital Kabul around midnight at 11.44 in which more than 17 people wounded.

The quake measured 203.5 kilometres deep that influenced about 280 kilometres northeast of the Afghan capital Kabul.

There were no reports of destruction of anything in Afghanistan. More than 30 people were wounded as a result of the quake in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar, according to a hospital spokesperson.

A total of 41 people were taken to hospitals in the city, according to doctors including rescue officers.

In India, residents of the national capital, Srinagar, Jaipur and other places, reported feeling the quake stroke. Soon after the palpitation struck Delhi around 12:50am, people took to twitter to post their experience.