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To reduce communication barriers to the populace and public and private institutions, Lebanon's earthquake monitoring center has developed the new mobile application, Lebquake. Soon, anyone with a smartphone will have access to the location, magnitude and time of earthquakes happening in and close to Lebanon.The lack of accessible information became apparent when a 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck Lebanon in 2008, Hamze explains.Today, 10 to 12 monitoring stations all over Lebanon, which are directly connected to the main server in Bhannes, provide accurate information about seismic events.
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