Eastern Libyan city Al-Marj hit by 3.9 magnitude earthquake
3.9 magnitude earthquake that is more of a shakeup hit Saturday evening the city of Al-Marj in eastern Libya, according to online earthquakes detectors.
The residents of the city also reported the earthquake saying that some had to get out of their houses for some little time during the shakeup.
Some social media pages reported that the earthquake also caused some material damage in the city.
Libya is not an active “earthquakes” zone and rarely has been hit by damaging or destructive earthquakes.
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