New 6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Turkey-Syria Border region
Three people were killed and over 200 injured on Monday in various parts of Turkey due to a new 6.4 magnitude earthquake.
On Monday, two earthquakes with magnitudes of 6.4 and 5.8 shook Turkey's Hatay province.
It took place two weeks after significant earthquakes in the same region killed tens of thousands of people.
According to AP, at least six individuals were hurt in Syria.
The area is still feeling the effects of two deadly earthquakes that occurred earlier this month as the new tremors occur.