Greece: 5.8-magnitude earthquake hits Crete

The ground shook in Crete on Monday. According to reports, its strength was 5.8 degrees.

The earthquake rocked the coastal city of Heraklion shortly after 9 am (local time). Many people fled the buildings into the streets, TV images showed.

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