A 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck Xinjiang, China, on August 8, at 11:28pm (UTC), with tremors reportedly felt in neighboring Kazakhastan. This was the second earthquake to hit China in less than 10 hours after a powerful and deadly 6.5-magnitude quake struck Sichuan province, killing 9 and injuring 180, at 1:20pm (UTC) a bit earlier on Tuesday

afternoon. The second large earthquake struck near the town of Jinghe in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region at a depth of 25.9km at 23:27 GMT on Tuesday. The quake was also felt in Almaty, Kazakhstan more than 305 miles (490 km) away as shown in these tweets: CONTINUE