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>> An 11 million ton iceberg, the size of a hill is threatening the tiny village of Innaarsuit on the western coast of Greenland. The giant iceberg is causing fears that it could trigger a tsunami if it breaks up. Video posted on social media showed a massive chunk of ice sliding off into the water sending big waves towards the small village which has a population of about 170.
People living close to the coast have been evacuated to higher ground as a precaution. Police are on high alert and have moved a search and rescue helicopter closer to the remote area. Large icebergs have been seen close to the community before but villagers say this is the biggest they've ever encountered.