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A magnitude 6 earthquake hit the Norwegian island of Svalbard on Saturday. The island is located about halfway between the northern scuttle of Norway and the North Pole.

The arrangement has not too long previously viewed other seismic exercise, with a 6.1 magnitude earthquake striking reach the Norwegian island of Jan Mayen on Jan. 9, 2021. That earthquake was as soon as centered correct east of the glacier-lined Jan Mayen, a volcanic island in the Arctic Ocean that belongs to Norway and is located about 500 kilometers (300 miles) east of central Greenland.

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