At least 12 people have been killed in the latest earthquake to hit south-west Pakistan, according to reports by AFP, citing government officials.
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake has hit south-west Pakistan, in a region where at least 359 people died in a quake earlier this week.
The US Geological Survey said the quake struck approximately 155 miles north of the port city of Karachi.
There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage.
More than 300 people have been killed after a 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck southwest Pakistan on Tuesday and thousands have been left homeless.
A new island has emerged from the sea off the country's coast after the quake which seismologists suspect created a "mud volcano" - a jet of mud, sand and water - which caused the seabed to rise
ITV News' Rageh Omaar reports.
A 7.7 magnitude earthquake in southwest Pakistan has killed at least 327 people and left thousands homeless after many buildings and homes collapsed when the quake struck.
A new island has emerged off Gwadar in the Arabian Sea after a powerful earthquake struck southwestern Pakistan.
Seismologists suspect the 7.7 magnitude quake created a "mud volcano" - a jet of mud, sand and water - which caused the seabed to rise and create the rare phenomenon.
"Sandy layers underground are shaken, and sand grains jiggle and become more compact," John Armbruster, a seismologist at the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University told NBC News.
A spokesman for Pakistan's National Disaster Management Authority said: "his is not a permanent structure, just a body of mud. It will disappear over time."
People have walked on the island created by the deadly earthquake that hit Pakistan.
The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise, off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline.
This created a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters from the shore.
Pakistani officials have warned residents not to try to visit the island because it is still emitting gasses.
The death toll from the earthquake that hit southwestern Pakistan on Tuesday has risen to 327.
The magnitude 7.7 quake was centred in the Awaran district in the Baluchistan province, reportedly killing at least 208 people.
Thousands more are said to be left injured and homeless following the collapse of their houses.
The army has deployed helicopters and hundreds of soldiers to help deal with the rescue effort.
The death toll from a powerful earthquake in southwestern Pakistan has risen to at least 208 people after hundreds of houses collapsed in a remote mountainous area, a local official said.
"We have started to bury the dead," said Abdul Rasheed Gogazai, the deputy commissioner of Awaran, the most affected district in Baluchistan province. He said at least 373 people were wounded.