Manila, Philippines: The United States Geological Survey reported that a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 6.7 struck the southern Philippines on Friday, and local authorities issued a warning of possible damage.

In a statement, the USGS said that after the earthquake hit Sarangani province on the main southern island of Mindanao at a depth of 78 kilometers (48 miles) at 0814 GMT, there was no tsunami threat. There were no immediate reports of casualties, but the earthquake was felt in the wider region of the mountainous archipelago.

By farmankhatakofficial8

Farman Khatak is a seasoned and dedicated news reporter known for his unwavering commitment to delivering accurate and insightful news coverage.Farman developed a passion for journalism early in life, driven by a desire to shed light on stories that matter. Farman earned his Bachelor's degree in Journalism from [Malakand ] and quickly embarked on a dynamic career in the field. His journey in journalism began with a local news outlet where he covered community events and issues, demonstrating a knack for thorough research and compelling storytelling.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *