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Earthquake 4.6 R and aftershocks rattle Chania and West Crete UPD

A strong earthquake with 4.6 R magnitude and following aftershocks rattled Chania and the western Crete on Friday. The tremor of 4.6R stroke at 10:45 Friday morning. Its epicenter being in the sea area 28 km South-West of Sfakia. Its focal depth was at 8.5 km. The tremor was particularly …

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Rockslides at shipwreck beach Navagio due to Zakynthos earthquake

The 6.8R earthquake that stroke the island of Zakynthos early Friday morning has caused new rockslides  at famous shipwreck beach Navagio that attracts thousands of tourists every year. The impact of earthquake to the beach was revealed by Efthymios Lekkas, Geology Professor and head of the Greek Earthquake Panning and …

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Earthquake 6.6R caused soil deformation in Kos, subsidence and uplift in Kara Ada

The powerful earthquake that stroke with a magnitude of 6.6 R caused distortions of the geological morphology on the island of Kos and the small Kara Ada islet outside the port of Bodrum in Turkey. Experts from the Remote Sensing Research Team of Harokopio University in Kallithea, Athens, found out …

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Ioannina: 5.5R earthquake and strong aftershocks had residents spent the night on the streets

A 5.5R earthquake and several aftershocks 4.9-3.2 had the residents of Ioannina and surrounding areas to spent the night on the streets. The main earthquake of 5.5R occurred at 23:14 Saturday night with epicenter the village Pogoni, 12km north-west from the city of Ioannina in Epirus, North-Western Greece. The earthquake …

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Kefalonia: more than 1,000 aftershocks >2R as number of homeless increases

An aftershock measuring 4.2R rocked the island of Kefalonia on Tuesday evening as thousands of residents were preparing to spend the night in tents, cars and buses. According to Greek media, 5,000 people are estimated to have to spend the days and nights away from homes as they were damaged …

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