An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.8 jolted Athens on Wednesday. No damage or injuries were reported.
The University of Athens' Geodynamic Institute said the quake had an epicenter 26 kilometers west of Lavrio in southeastern Attica and occurred at 1.28 p.m. local time. Its depth was 10 kilometers.
A new 3.7-magnitude earthquake shook Zagreb this morning, according to the Index website. Its depth was 2 kilometers.
The quake lasted a few seconds, BTA reported. 35 earthquakes were recorded since yesterday.
A day ago, the Croatian capital was shaken by two other earthquakes, which caused serious damage.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.0 struck the eastern Elazığ province of Turkey on March 19.
The quake, which occurred at 8.53 p.m. local time (1753GMT), had a depth of 21.34 kilometers, according to the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD).
There are no reports of casualties or damage so far.
Two were killed and dozens injured after the 5.8 earthquake that shook Western Turkey last night. The quake was also felt in Bulgaria. Mostly on the Black Sea coast.
8 people are injured.
Some offices and schools were evacuated. The quake's epicenter was in the Marmara Sea, 70 km west of Istanbul, at a depth of 12.6 km.
A secondary earthquake with a 4.4 magnitude on the Richter scale shook northeastern Pakistan, where 38 people were killed in a major earthquake on Tuesday, destroying buildings and roads, according to BGNES.
The secondary quake caused massive panic, and thousands left their homes and remained on the streets and outdoors.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.0 has struck not far from Athens and seismologists say it was an aftershock from a stronger quake last month.
The Euro-Mediterranean Institute said Tuesday's earthquake happened at shortly before 9.30 a.m. and was centered 6 kilometers north of Magoula. The depth was estimated at 2 kilometers.
There have been no reports of damage.