Quake hits northwest of Greek capital Athens

Quake hits northwest of Greek capital Athens

An earthquake, registered at 5.1 magnitude, shook the Greek capital of Athens on Friday, knocking out telecoms and power in parts of the city. There are no immediate reports of serious damage or injuries but several aftershocks have been felt. The earthquake is the first to hit Athens since 1999.

KCooper
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Wolfe
Wolfe 6 months

when you thought things in greece could only get better

AltMiddle
AltMiddle 6 months

Someone clearly didn't sacrifice enough bulls to the gods.

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