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'Well, this is Iceland': Earthquake interrupts Prime Minister's interview

WorldNews Wednesday, 21 October 2020
'Well, this is Iceland': Earthquake interrupts Prime Minister's interview(CNN)Iceland's Prime Minister was interrupted by an earthquake while filming an interview on Tuesday -- but managed to shrug off the intrusion and finish her answer. Katrin Jakobsdottir was discussing the impact of the pandemic on tourism with the Washington Post when her house started to shake, visibly...
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Katrín Jakobsdóttir kept calm as a 5.5 magnitude earthquake interrupted a live TV interview.

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