According to the National Center for Seismology, the depth of the magnitude 6.2 earthquake was 5 km and its epicentre was pinned to Nepal.
A total of 4,300 deaths and 7,600 injuries have been reported in northwestern Syria as a result of the massive earthquake that hit the country a week ago, a UN relief agency said on Monday.
The tally reported by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs does not include the condition in government-controlled areas, Xinhua news agency reported.
The district with the highest death toll and injuries as of Sunday is Harim, followed by Afrin and Jebel Saman in northwestern Syria, said the agency.
The Syrian health ministry said in an update on Sunday night that 1,414 people in the country had been killed and 2,349 wounded.
Meanwhile, the latest statistics from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights showed that the quake has killed about 5,329 people in government and rebel-held areas.