5.7-magnitude quake hits Indonesia's Java Island, no casualties so far
Indonesia is a frequent seismic and volcanic activity targeted area as a result of its position on the Pacific "Ring of Fire" where tectonic plates collide.
Indonesia's main island of Java was hit by a 5.7-magnitude earthquake on Saturday, but no reports of casualties were stated so far.
This comes less than two weeks after an earthquake in the same province killed more than 330 people. Many were found buried under rubble and one rescue mission was successful alongside a few others to free a six-year-old boy described as a "miracle" by emergency workers.
The country's meteorological agency recorded a higher magnitude of 6.4, which rattled buildings all the way in the capital of Jakarta, according to AFP, but added that there was no risk or threat of a possible tsunami.
Indonesia is an area targeted by frequent seismic and volcanic activity as a result of its position on the Pacific "Ring of Fire" where tectonic plates usually collide.
A powerful 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Indonesia last December, which triggered a tsunami warning, and a 6.2-magnitude quake shook Sulawesi island in January which killed more than 100 people and left thousands homeless.