A 6.4-magnitude earthquake has rocked Turkey's southern province of Hatay and northern Syria, killing six people and sparking fresh panic after a massive February 6 tremor left over 45,000 dead in both countries.
The quake hit the Turkish town of Defne on Monday at 8:04 pm (1704 GMT) and was strongly felt by AFP teams in the nearby city of Antakya. It was also felt in Lebanon and Cyprus.
More than 300 people were injured in Turkey and at least 150 were hurt in northwestern Syria.
The overall death toll from the earthquakes is now 42,310 in Turkey and 3,688 in Syria, according to authorities.