4.2 earthquake hits port town of Kyllini

3 October 2016
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A 4.2 magnitude earthquake has rocked the port town of Kyllini located on the Ionian Sea coast in the western Peloponnese. The tremor struck at approximately 4.34 am, Monday. No damage was reported, but locals are concerned as the seismic activity in the region is growing after another tremor shook the city of Kalamata last week.

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