The northern Anatolia fault is expected to produce a major earthquake sometime in the next 30 years, a Turkish scientist told a press conference in Thessaloniki on Monday. Natisi Tubitak from the Marmara Research Centre, said the quake could measure 7 on the Richter scale and be powerful enough to trigger seismic reactions in surrounding areas. Thessaloniki University Geology Professor Eleftheria Papadimitriou ...

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