A 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia's Sulawesi island Saturday, the United States Geological Survey said, but no tsunami warning was issued and there were no immediate reports of damage.
The strong quake hit 258 kilometres (160 miles) northeast of the city of Manado in North Sulawesi at a depth of 68 kilometres.
Indonesia experiences frequent quakes due to its position on the Pacific "Ring of Fire", an arc of intense seismic activity where tectonic plates collide that stretches from Japan through Southeast Asia and across the Pacific basin.
In January, more than 100 people were killed and thousands left homeless by a 6.2-magnitude quake that struck Sulawesi, reducing buildings to a tangled mass of twisted metal and chunks of concrete in the seaside city of Mamuju.
A powerful quake shook the island of Lombok in 2018 and several more tremors followed over the next couple of weeks, killing more than 550 people on the holiday island and neighbouring Sumbawa.
Later that year, a 7.5-magnitude quake and a subsequent tsunami in Palu on Sulawesi island left more than 4,300 people dead or missing.
Passengers will be able to board flight or leave airport without submitting a declaration form
He was suspected of receiving bribes amounting to hundreds of billions of yen, from the clothing retailer Aoki Holdings
He fled the country in July
As of early this year, over 18,000 members of the community lived in the country
Noeleen Heyzer is to 'focus on addressing the deteriorating situation'
Government extending maximum relief to the poor, Khurram Dastgir Khan says
The impromptu session took place in 1953 when the late leader visited London to attend the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II