A strong earthquake has jolted the Indonesian island of Lombok as it tries to recover from a quake earlier this month that killed 460 people.
The US Geological Survey measured Sunday’s quake, which was centred in the northeast of the island, at magnitude 6.3 and a depth of four miles.
A reporter on the island said the tremor caused landslides in hilly areas and panic in villages.
- An aftershock cause this huge crack in the road
There were no immediate reports of injuries or fatalities.
The national disaster agency said it was gathering information.
A magnitude 7.0 quake on August 5 damaged tens of thousands of homes and displaced several hundred thousand people on Lombok.
Indonesia, a sprawling archipelago that straddles the Pacific Ring of Fire, is prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.