A magnitude 6.7 earthquake near Bodrum in Turkey shook the Aegean coasts of Turkey and Greece, injuring hundreds of people. At least two people were killed on the Greek island of Kos.
At least two people were killed when a 6.7 magnitude quake struck the Greek island of Kos and Turkey's Aegean coast, sending tourists out to the streets. USGS put the epicenter near the Turkish resort of Bodrum.
Turkey's disaster authority has reported a magnitude 6.2 earthquake in the Aegean Sea, west of Turkey and east of Greece. The tremors caused landslides and structural damage on the island of Lesbos.
Earlier this year, two German artists painted a huge picture of the drowned child by a riverbank in Frankfurt to create awareness about refugee issues. But suspected right-wingers have destroyed the graffiti.
Two Syrians have been convicted of smuggling migrants between Turkey and Greece. The trial centers on the death of five migrants including three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, who has become a symbol of the humanitarian crisis.
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