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A powerful earthquake measuring 6.0 magnitude has hit off the coast of Ecuador as the country struggles to recover from another deadly quake.
The tremor hit around 100 km (62 miles) out to sea on Thursday morning. There were no reports of fatalities or tsunami warnings.
It came as survivors of last Saturday's 7.8 magnitude earthquake clamour for humanitarian supplies including food, water andmedicine in stricken areas. At least 567 people are known to have died in last week's disaster.
President Rafael Correa said on Twitter that three aftershocks were registered on Thursday night, adding "have strength!"
Ecuador has been hit by another earthquake.
The 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of the South American country this morning, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said.
A spokesperson for the centre told ITV News that the quake was not strong enough to cause a tsunami.
It comes just four days after a devastating 7.8-magnitude quake left at least 480 people dead in the country.
A man was pulled from a collapsed hotel alive in a daring rescue mission following Ecuador's devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
Dramatic footage shows hotel administrator Pablo Cordova being lifted from the rubble by several rescue workers in the coastal city of Portoviejo.
Mr Cordova was rescued after he managed to call a relative under the debris after the building collapsed.
Once removed from the disaster site, Mr Cordova was taken away on a stretcher, as he waved to cheering onlookers.
Saturday's earthquake has left at least 480 people dead and more than 2,500 people injured.
The death toll from Sunday's earthquake in Ecuador has risen to 480, officials said.
More than 2,560 were also left injured after the 7.8-magnitude quake struck off the country's coast.
President Rafael Correa warned that reconstruction following the country's biggest disaster in decades would cost "billions" and the economic impact could be "huge".