All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘5.8-Magnitude’

Kefalonia Earthquake: A 5.8 Magnitude Hits Greece

The Greek island of Kefalonia was rocking and rolling on Sunday morning after a 5.8 or higher magnitude earthquake shook them. The magnitude is estimated until experts investigate further. Local media reported minor injuries to residents and damage to buildings and roads. The epicenter was about 175 miles west of Athens, near the town of Lixouri, and its depth was …

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5.3-Magnitude Earthquake near Fukushima

An earthquake that registered as a 5.3-magnitude on the Richter scale was detected at 17:25 GMT today, according to a statement made by the United States Geological Service (USGS). Currently the ‘USGS’ and organizations like the ‘Japan Meteorological Society’ and the analysts at ‘The Weather Channel’ aren’t in complete agreement as to the size of the quake – both of …

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