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Magnitude 5.3 Earthquake Hits Greece’s Rhodes

A 5.3 earthquake hit off the island of Rhodes on Sunday evening.

The quake struck at 20:43, local time. It’s epicenter was 20 kilometers north-east of the island and near the Turkish coast. It’s focal depth was 40 kilometers.

There have been no reports of injuries or damage till now.

Local news site says that the tremor was felt throughout the island and the Dodecanese.

This is a developing story

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