Southern Greece Earthquake February 9, 2007
Far southern parts of Greece were shaken by a magnitude 5.8 tremor on Saturday afternoon, but no reports of casualties or major damage were received by officials. The Athens seismological observatory said the quake struck at 3:43 p.m. local time off the island of Kythira, about 165 miles (265 km) southwest of Athens.
Earthquakes are common in Greece, which experiences half of Europe's seismic activity.
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