A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck Turkey and Greece on July 20,reports global catastrophe modeling firm AIRWorldwide.

The quake struck a 6.4-mile area, impacting Bodrum, Turkey andthe Greek island of Kos. The United States Geological Survey (USGS)recorded the depth at 6.2 miles, and officials recorded at least 20aftershocks.

According to AP, the earthquake hurt nearly 500 people andkilled two tourists who were crushed when a building collapsed on apopular bar in Kos.

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