A 5.5-magnitude earthquake was recorded in Greece near the country’s border with North Macedonia, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
The tremor struck the region at a shallow depth of 13.7 kilometers, with an epicenter some 5 kilometers northwest of the town of Florina.
It remains unknown as of yet whether it resulted in any casualties or damages.
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