A 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck southern Asia on Monday afternoon, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The epicenter was 45 kilometers south southwest of Jarm, Afghanistan, near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.
CNN teams in Kabul, New Delhi, India, and Islamabad, Pakistan, all felt strong tremors.
A USGS map showed that shaking traveled into Tajikistan as well.
The quake’s epicenter was at a depth of 213.5 kilometers (132.6 miles).
There were no immediate reports of casualties and damage.