A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck the Philippines on Thursday, the US Geological Survey said, but there were no immediate reports of damage.
The earthquake struck at a depth of 112 kilometres (77 miles) at around 10:00 am (0200 GMT) in waters off Calatagan town, about three hours' drive from the capital Manila.
There was an earthquake in Bulgaria around 3:30 p.m. today. According to the European Seismological Center, the earthquake had a magnitude of 4.6 on the Richter scale. The epicenter is 17 km southeast of Plovdiv, 3 km from Asenovgrad and 146 km from the capital, according to data from the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Centre.
A 4.5-magnitude earthquake that struck the island of Evia at 11.38 a.m. on Saturday should not be a cause of concern, according to the president of the Organization of Antiseismic Planning and Protection (OASP), Efthymios Lekkas.
"It is a continuation of the earthquakes from this fault in Evia last November and December," he said.
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck the island of Evia at 11.38 a.m. on Saturday, according to the Geodynamic Institute of the National Observatory of Athens.
The epicenter of the earthquake was located five kilometers away from the village of Zarakes in Dystos municipality and 60 kilometers away from Athens. The focal depth was detected at 10 kilometers.
A tremor measuring 3.9 on the Richter scale was recorded at approximately 6.55 a.m. on Wednesday morning in the Ilia region of the Peloponnese.
According to the Geodynamic Institute of the National Observatory of Athens, the epicenter was located in the sea, 28 kilometers south-southwest of Pyrgos, with a depth of 16 kilometers.