5.0 quake causes damage in Turkey's southeast
Hürriyet imageA 5.0-magnitude earthquake has struck the southeastern province of Muş, causing damage to property, daily Hürriyet reported on its website.
The earthquake happened at around 1:30 p.m. near Bulanık district of Muş. Nearly 20 dwellings were damaged in Sultanlı Village, where five barns collapsed, trapping animals inside.
Turkish Red Crescent has dispatched emergency response teams to locations hit by the quake and sent blankets and tents.
There were no reports of injuries.