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Six strong aftershocks shook Indonesia in the early hours of the morning, after a massive 7.8-magnitude below-sea earthquake yesterday.
Hundreds of residents in the Sumatran island port of Padang fled to higher ground in panic after the quake, which sparked fears of a tsunami similar to the 2004 tragedy which killed more than 200,000 people.
However, authorities said there were no reports of deaths or major damage to buildings.
The National Meteorological Agency recorded half a dozen aftershocks had been felt overnight, but said they were diminishing in strength and called for calm in the face of "rumours" that another - even more powerful - quake may be on the way.