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17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

Iceland: Eight days have passed and more than 17,000 earthquakes have been recorded in Iceland so far. The strongest earthquake was recorded at 5.6. Experts fear the quake could be triggered by volcanic activity.
The strongest quake occurred on the morning of February 24 and shook buildings in the capital, Ryke J. Wick. Its intensity was 5.6. Five magnitude earthquakes were also felt on March 27 and 1. However, small and large earthquakes and aftershocks have also been noted.

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