A powerful earthquake has hit the Greek island of Rhodes and southwestern Turkey, leaving seven people injured. The quake measured 5.8 and aftershocks were felt in the Turkish resorts of Oludeniz, Izmir and Antalya on the Aegean coast.
Police in Rhodes did not report any injuries or serious damage, while in Turkey there were incidences of people injured jumping from buildings.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office said the shock was felt in a number of resorts frequented by British holidaymakers. Those in the affected areas should follow the instructions given by local authorities.
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