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Deadly Earthquake Strikes Greece And Turkey

The powerful quake left at least two people dead on the Greek resort island of Kos during peak tourist season.

At least two people were killed by a strong earthquake that struck Greece and Turkey in the early morning hours Friday, sending thousands of panicked vacationers and locals streaming

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