Earthquake in Soča Valley in 1998 turning point for seismology
Ljubljana, 12 April - The strongest earthquake in Slovenia in the 20th century, which hit the Soča Valley twenty years ago, was a turning point, taking seismology as well as post-earthquake efforts to a new level, according to a debate hosted by the Environment Agency on Thursday.
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