A strong earthquake of 5.8 magnitude hits Iran. Luckily there are no reports of any injuries

This is not the first time that earthquake hits Iran. More earthquakes strucked in Iran previously as the country stands between the Arabian and Eurasian plates
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit Iran

An earthquake hit IRAN which was 5.8 on the Richter scale. This was felt in the area of Iran’s Khorasan-e-Razavi which located near the border of Afganisthan on Wednesday. According to the media report there was no casualty till now. It basically hit the town of Sangan, in Khaf country. The time of hit by it was 7.59 am at a shallow depth of 8km which was reported by media.
It was said by the Director General of the provincial emergency department named Hojjatali Shayanfar that they have not received any reports of causalities, but a large number of area has been affected which is under investigation by their survey team. Further, he added that there has been damage to livestock storage units because that area is totally covered by the nomadic population home.
More two quakes took place in one day after Missile Attacks

In Southwestern Iran more two earthquakes occurred near a nuclear power plant. According to the United States Geological Survey the first one measuring 5.9 magnitude took place in Bushehr province just before 9 am local time and around 30 minutes later a second one took place in the same province measuring 4.5 magnitude. The province runs along the Iranian coastline. The epicentre of the quake was within 20 kilometers of the city of Borazjan which is a short distance from the nuclear power plant of Bushehr.
The quakes happened just after a number of missiles were fired at two Iraqi bases which have housed US troops. The missile attacks was done in retaliation for the killing of the top Iranian general Quasem Soleimani last week by the US.