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During the whole night about 20 underground pushes were observed
10:42 08.05.2012
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During the whole night about 20 underground pushes were observed in Georgia.

As the Seismic center said to “”, this is the, so-called, “after shock” effect caused by the strong quake that occurred in Georgia yesterday. 

According to them, the last push with a magnitude of 3.1 point was observed in Georgia at 07:05

We will recall you, that yesterday strong earthquake occurred in Georgia early morning. The capacity of the quake reached 5.7 magnitude.

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