A 4.6-magnitude earthquake jolted Turkey’s western province of Manisa early Sunday, according to the country’s Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD).

The earthquake occurred in the Akhisar district at 3.23 a.m. Turkish time (GMT1223) at a depth of six kilometers (3.7 miles), said AFAD.

A number of aftershocks jolted the area following the earthquake, it added.

No information on casualties have been reported.

Turkey has been hit by a series of earthquakes since the start of 2020 as a 5.4 magnitude quake Jan. 22 jolted Manisa and Ankara was rattled Jan. 23 by a 4.5-magnitude tremor.

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