Two people have died and more than 120 are injured after a powerful earthquake hit a Greek resort, popular with Irish tourists
The 6.5 magnitude quake struck on the island of Kos while people were sleeping, causing several buildings to collapse.
70 people were taken to hospital in the neighbouring Turkish resort of Bodrum as they were injured trying to escape.
It's unclear if there's any Irish people involved in the quake, but the Irish Embassy in the Greek capital, Athens, say they're monitoring it:
Earthquake in Eastern Aegean this morning. We are actively monitoring. Call us on +302107232771 if you have concerns. @dfatravelwise— Irish Embassy Athens (@IrlEmbAthens) July 21, 2017