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An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 on the Richter scale affected Greece and Turkey during the day this Friday.
The telluric event also caused a tsunami in the Aegean Sea.
According to what various news agencies report, the earthquake was felt in Istanbul and Athens and had its epicenter southeast of Izmir, a city in Turkey located near the Greek island of Samos.
It would also have been shallow, just ten kilometers deep, which made the movement feel much stronger.
Horrible. A building collapses after a 7.0 earthquake near İzmir.
Hopefully people were able to leave
No information on casualties yet pic.twitter.com/N31840lZxJ
& mdash; Ragıp Soylu (@ragipsoylu) October 30, 2020
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