A magnitude 6 earthquake has been felt in the western region of Turkey, resulting in 22 injuries.
According to the foreign news agency, the magnitude 6 earthquake occurred about 210 kilometers to the east of the capital Istanbul, while the depth of the earthquake was recorded at 2 kilometers underground.
The report said that 22 people were injured as a result of the earthquake, the epicenter of the earthquake was 15 kilometers away from the city of Iden Pinar in Duze province.
Due to the earthquake, the electricity in the city of Istanbul was also cut off, while many citizens jumped from the balconies of their houses.
According to the report, apart from Turkey, earthquake tremors were also felt in Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Ukraine and United Kingdom, while 18 aftershocks were also felt after the earthquake.