Croatian capital hit by earthquake
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Zagreb hit by largest earthquake in 140 years

The Croatian capital has been hit by 5.3 magnitude earthquake.

Very few people were on the streets when the earthquake struck in the early hours of Sunday morning.

But falling masonry from Zagreb’s historic buildings crushed parked cars and blocked roads. The tremor was felt in neighbouring Slovenia and southern Austria.

  • 22 Mar 2020
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