Euronews reports:

The Greek island of Kefalonia is recovering from a series of earthquakes.

The first, on January 26, registered 6.0 on the Richter scale. A second major quake, a little less powerful, hit a week later.

There have also been hundreds of aftershocks. Euronews reporter, Michalis Arampatzoglu, experienced one when visiting bakery owner Giorgos Malioris. “We’re in psychological shock. You’ve felt yourselves the quake that just happened,” Malioris told Arampatzoglu.

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