A magnitude 6.3 earthquake has struck the Greek island of Crete on Tuesday.
According to the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre, the quake had a depth of 10km when it struck at about 9:30am.
It comes just weeks after another temblor killed a man on the island and damaged hundreds of buildings.
There have been no reports of injuries or deaths yet.
The earthquake occurred undersea off the eastern coast of the island.
Authorities have reportedly said there is yet no indication that a tsunami might strike as a result of the earthquake.
People commented on Twitter saying the tremor was so strong it was felt in Kefalos, Kos.
Seismologist at Imperial College London Dr Stephen Hicks said on Twitter the epicentre location off the south-east coast of the island may be “good news for minimising building damage due to shaking”.
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