There were no immediate reports of injuries or death.
Residents already rattled by a constant trembling of the earth rushed into piazzas and streets after being roused from bed by Sunday's 7:40 am quake.
Arab coalition fighter jets have hit a prison facility run by Houthi rebels in western Yemen's Hodeidah city, killing dozens of people, including inmates, local officials and medics said on Sunday.
There were conflicting reports on casualty figures, but the AFP news agency said at least 38 people were killed in the overnight bombing that targeted a security building used as a prison in the district of Zaydiya.
ISIS has "executed" 232 people near the Iraqi city of Mosul and taken tens of thousands of people to use as human shields against advancing Iraqi forces, the United Nations says.
The terror group carried out the mass killings Wednesday, punishing people who had defied its orders, a spokeswoman for the UN human rights arm told CNN.
Philippine anti-narcotics officers gunned down a town mayor and nine of his men in a clash in one of the bloodiest operations since President Rodrigo Duterte launched a crackdown on illegal drugs.
Samsudin Dimaukom, mayor of the southern town of Saudi Ampatuan, was one of more than 150 local government officials, judges and police identified by Duterte earlier this year as being involved in the illegal drug trade.
More than 10,000 Iraqis have fled their homes since the start of an offensive to retake Mosul from ISIL this month, according to the UN.
That figure is just a fraction of the displacement that aid groups expect to see when Iraqi forces reach the city limits and some of the million-plus people thought to be inside attempt to flee.
The U.N. General Assembly votes every year on a resolution calling for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba. The U.S. has always opposed the symbolic measure.
But today, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N Samantha Power told the General Assembly that for the first time, the U.S. would abstain.
It's part of a new approach by the Obama administration, she told the member states: "Rather than try to close off Cuba from the rest of the world, we want the world of opportunities and ideas open to the people of Cuba. After 50-plus years of pursuing the path of isolation, we have chosen to take the path of engagement."
Sections of the so-called "Jungle" migrant camp in France were set ablaze overnight after authorities began to disassemble the troubled area in Calais.
One fire was lit early Wednesday but by 11 a.m., dozens of tents and shacks were ablaze. The fires follow several clashes this week between French police and some migrants who refused to leave amid orders to disassemble the camp.
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