A major earthquake has rocked the Indonesian island of Lombok killing three, a week after 17 people were killed on the holiday island.
The latest disturbance had a magnitude of 7.0, and struck 10km underground, the US Geological Survey said.
Officials told local media that at least three people were killed as the event unfolded.
Officials issued a tsunami warning, which was later withdrawn, and urged people to move away from the ocean.
"Please go to a place with higher ground, while remaining calm and not panicking," Dwikorita Karnawati, head of the agency for meteorology, climatology and geophysics, told local TV.
Residents in Lombok's main city Mataram described a strong jolt that sent them running out of their homes.
"Everyone immediately ran out of their homes, everyone is panicking," Iman, a local resident in Mataram, told AFP.
Images from an airport in Bali show tiles falling from the ceiling.
The tremor came a week after a shallow 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit the island, killing 17 and damaging hundreds of buildings.
The quake also triggered a landslide which briefly trapped trekkers on popular mountain hiking routes.