Earthquake rocks Athens, sending city’s residents rushing into streets
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A strong earthquake rocked the Greek capital, Athens, on Friday, sending residents rushing into the streets, causing power outages and leaving people stuck in elevators. The 5.1-magnitude temblor struck at 2:13 p.m. local time 14 miles northwest of the capital, near Magoula, at a depth of about 8 miles, CNN reported, citing the Athens Institute

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