Here is the figure we published on 26 October, revised to show the past 24 hours of new mainshocks and aftershocks (left). The 30 October 2016 shock probably struck on the Campi-Preci Faults, which, according to the INGV, was brought closer to failure by the 24 August 2016 M=6.2 shock (right).
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