FILE: Coast guard officers off the coast of Greece, Friday, Nov. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Dimitris Dimitriou)
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An earthquake beneath the sea shook northern Greece and western Turkey Saturday, with more than two dozen injuries reported on a Turkish island.The private Dogan news agency said the temblor caused damage to some old houses on the island of Gokceada, off Turkey's northern Aegean coast, and 30 people were taken to a hospital with minor injuries.The quake struck at 12:25 p.m. local (0925 GMT) southwest of the Greek island of Samothraki, 210 kilometers east of Thessaloniki and 296 kilometers northeast of the capital Athens.
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