A deadly tsunami hit a remote region of Greenland, leaving four people presumed dead. Dozens more were injured and 11 homes were washed away. The area near the small town of Nuugaatsiaq has a population of about 84. Experts think the tsunami could have been caused by a rare 4.0 magnitude earthquake or possibly by a large landslide in the area that could have tricked sensors into registering a seismic event.
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