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EU mobilises emergency assistance for earthquake-hit Croatia


The European Union has mobilised its Civil Protection Mechanism to help Croatia in the aftermath of a magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck the central part of the country on Tuesday.

Less than 24 hours after a magnitude 5.2 earthquake hit southeast of the capital Zagreb, a stronger one of 6.4 magnitude followed, causing major damage to Petrinja, a town close to its epicentre. At least seven people are known to have died from the earthquake and according to Croatian police, at least 20 people …

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