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Greek Island's Buildings Left In Ruins After Deadly Quake

A deadly earthquake in the Aegean Sea created heavy damage in nearby Turkish and Greek tourist resort towns. On the Greek island of Kos, the quake caused the collapse of some buildings, killing at least two people, and injuring over 100. Mosques and churches were heavily damaged, and rubble lined the streets. The 6.7-magnitude quake was centered 10 kilometers south of the Turkish port city of Bodrum. (Reuters)