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Quake hits near Iran nuclear power plant

Energy Daily Thursday, 19 April 2018
Quake hits near Iran nuclear power plantTehran (AFP) April 19, 2018

A moderately strong 5.9-magnitude earthquake Thursday hit Iran's southern region of Bushehr, home to the country's only nuclear power plant, without causing casualties or damage, media reported. "The earthquake had no effect on the activity of the plant," Mahmoud Jafari, project manager at the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear plant, said according to the Telegram news channel of Iran's state te
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