A 6.0-magnitude earthquake rocked the southern Philippines.
The shallow quake struck a few kilometres from Maragusan municipality in the mountainous gold-mining province of Davao de Oro on Mindanao island.
Shallow earthquakes tend to cause more harm than deeper ones, but local authorities said there were no reports of major damage.
Cherrylyn Dapiton of the Maragusan disaster office confirmed that there had been a landslide near a road, but it had not affected anyone or blocked traffic.
The quake lasted about 30 seconds and was followed by aftershocks.