A 5.2-magnitude earthquake struck in western Iran's Kermanshah and Ilam provinces on Monday.

Iran PressIran news: According to Iranian Seismological Center, the epicenter of the earthquake was at the depth of 10 km, 33.692 degrees north latitude and 45.726 degrees east longitude.

Hooshangh Bazvand, the governor of Kermanshah province, told state IRIB TV that there has been no reports of casualties so far.

The assessment teams are at the site of earthquake to study the possible damage, said Bazvand.

At least 10 aftershocks, ranging from 2.6 to 4.6 magnitude, have shaken the region so far, according to Iranian Seismological Center.

The earthquake was also felt in the neighboring Ilam province and at the border region of Iran and Iraq.

The Monday quake took place in the region which has also been hit by heavy rains over the past 48 hours. 101

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