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M5.6 earthquake hits Reykjanes peninsula, the largest since 2003, Iceland

M5.6 earthquake hits Reykjanes peninsula, the largest since 2003, Iceland

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A shallow M5.6 earthquake hit about 5 km (3.1 miles) W of the geothermal area in Seltun on Iceland’s Reykjanes peninsula at 13:43 UTC on October 20, 2020. This is the largest earthquake measured in the peninsula since 2003. According to the Icelandic Met Office…… Read more »

 
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