Earthquake felt in Greek capital, no reports of injuries - Reuters
ATHENS - 2 May 2018: An earthquake shook Greece on Tuesday night and was felt in Athens, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or serious damage, Greek authorities said.
The 4.1-magnitude quake occurred at 2050 GMT and struck 29 kilometres northeast of Athens, according to the Athens' Institute of Geodynamics. The epicentre was at a depth of 9.4 kilometres.
It was felt in central Athens and the suburbs, Reuters witnesses said.
Greece is often rattled by earthquakes, most causing no serious damage.