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Croatia: Deadly earthquake causes huge damage, kills child

Reports say the tremor was also felt strongly in Zagreb, some 50 kilometers north of the epicenter, where panicked residents ran into the streets. A Slovenian nuclear power plant has been shut as a precaution.

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