Tsunami in Greenland

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Four people are missing after a tsunami hit Greenland’s west coast, police have said.

The surge of water has also swept away 11 homes in the village of Nuugaatsiaq.

The authorities believe a magnitude four earthquake caused the tsunami.
The Earthquake struck off Uummannaq, a small island well above the Arctic Circle on Sunday, producing a surge of water that swept away homes.

Meteorologists said it was “not normal” for such an earthquake to hit Greenland and warned of aftershocks.

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