6.9 Quake shakes Greece
No tsunami warnings were issued.
The Athens Geodynamic Institute said the epicenter of the 6.9- magnitude quake was located beneath the seabed about 125 miles south of Athens and 12 miles east of the island of Kithira in the Sea of Crete.
"It was a very powerful quake which shook all of Greece. There have been dozens of aftershocks," institute head Giorgos Stavrakakis said. "The quake occurred deep undersea and that's what saved us."
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