4.3 magnitude earthquake rocks Kilkis

16 November 2016
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A 4.3 magnitude earthquake hit the province of Kilkis, in central Macedonia, Wednesday morning. According to the Athens Geodynamic Institute, the tremor struck at approximately 11am, following less intense earthquake at 9.38am. Its epicentre was located at 13km west and northwest of Kilkis at a depth of 5klm.

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