A 6.2-magnitude earthquake rattled Indonesia's Bali and Java islands on Tuesday, the country's geophysics agency said.
The quake occurred off the southern coast of East Java province, at a depth of 10km, and 305km southwest of Denpasar, Bali, the agency said, adding that it was not expected to trigger a tsunami.
Local authorities were checking for any damage caused by the tremors, which were felt strongly in East Java province and Bali, according to residents posting on social media.
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