Deadly earthquakes of December 14 - Iran (2x), China and India

M 5.5    1925    Depth ? km    Iran - killing 500 people

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M 6.1    1978    Depth 18.9 km    Iran - killing 76 people
The earthquake was located about 450 kilometers southwest of Tehran in the vicinity of Izeh.
Seventy-six people were reported killed, many were injured, and there was considerable damage in the areas of Izeh and Masjed-e-Soleyman.
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M 5.5    2002    Depth 5 km    China - killing 2 people
Two people killed and 13,380 houses, 5 highways and 3 bridges damaged in the Yumen area.
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Chamoli, India - courtesy http://uttarakhand.prayaga.org

M 5.1    2005    Depth 35.5 km    India - killing 1 person
One person killed at Jausari. Three people injured at Chamoli and one at Nandaprayag. One building destroyed at Phata and several damaged at Chamoli, Daida, Dasholi, Devaal, Ghat, Gopeshwar, Joshimath, Ravigram and Tharali; a wall collapsed at Bageshwar; minor damage occurred at Devaprayag, Gairsain, Gochar, Pauri, Pokhri and Srinagar.
Felt (IV) at Dehra Dun.
Felt strongly at Badrinath. Felt at Almora, Chamba, Champawat, Khatima, Lohaghat, Naini Tal, Pithoragarh and Uttarkashi.
Felt by people in high-rise buildings at Chandigarh and in the Delhi area.
Landslides occurred at Jausari and Rudraprayag.
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