An earthquake measuring 6.6 magnitude struck in central Italy on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
The USGS said the quake was centred 68 km (42 miles) east southeast of Perugia. It was 108 km (67) deep.
The quakes came two months after almost 300 people were killed in Italy by a quake that hit several small towns.
Earthquake Victims: Please pray for the wellbeing of the people who survived the earthquake today in Italy. Ask that the… #prayerchain
— Rev. Dr. Bob Pulley (@rev_BobPulley) October 30, 2016
Oh goodness, a 6.6 magnitude earthquake just hit the center of Italy
I hope everyone is okay
— Whokuu (@Whokuu) October 30, 2016
Praying for all in Italy ……… #BeSafe
— terri (@terr6210) October 30, 2016
Italy earthquake: 6.6 magnitude quake hits Norcia, central Italy, while tremors felt in Rome:
— Min Ho Dong (@LeMa2Go) October 30, 2016