A 4.2-magnitude earthquake struck Cephalonia, Greece, earlier today, the country’s earthquake observatory announced, with no reports of injuries or major damages. The tremor struck at 2:22 pm (00:16 GMT), with its epicentre at 11 kilometers southwest of the island’s capital town Argostoli and 199 kilometers west of the city of Patras, according to the observatory.
An 5.7-magnitude earthquake on January caused widespread damage in the island, leaving hundreds homeless for days as their homes suffered severe damage and more than a dozen people were injured.
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