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The Main Center for Special Control at the State Space Agency of Ukraine has said a 2.7 magnitude earthquake jolted Zakarpattia region in Western Ukraine overnight April 28.

The epicenter was near the city of Uzhgorod, at a depth of about 3 kilometers, according to the Center's press service.

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Such tremors can be sensed indoors, especially on the upper floors of buildings.

Earlier, on April 25, residents of the city of Odesa and Odesa region felt tremors from a quake centered in Romania.