Several villages were blanketed with falling ash, blocking out the sun, but no casualties have been reported.
Local authorities said there appeared to be no significant damage.
Bodies were recovered in two areas of the mountainous Cianjur district where landslides triggered by Monday’s 5.6-magnitude earthquake brought waves of mud, rocks and broken trees, rescue officials say.
Typically earthquakes of this intensity are expected to cause light damage to buildings but the magnitude 5.6 tremor left hundreds of people dead and thousands injured in Indonesia.
Dozens of people are still trapped under the soil and debris as Indonesian rescuers bolster their work after an earthquake killed 271 people
The quake was centred in Duzce province, the country's disaster management agency says, with tremors felt in Istanbul, Ankara and other regions.
A powerful earthquake hit Duzce, a northwestern province, rekindling nightmares of past disasters.
Latest tremor in Duzce puts spotlight on the country's disaster preparedness while reminding people of the possibility of a major temblor referred to as 'the big one'.
Calls for help come as authorities warn rubble from landslides in West Java needed to be cleared ahead of heavy rains forecast in the coming weeks, threatening a second disaster.
Rescue efforts in the main island of Java turn to the missing and any survivors still under debris following a 5.6-magnitude quake that has killed at least 252 people.
Citizens across Türkiye's 81 provinces and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus received an audible alert on their phones, along with a SMS notification in Turkish and English to "drop, cover, hold."
Local media show visuals of mud and brick houses destroyed by the quake and rescuers digging through the rubble to look for survivors.
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