A magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck near the Iraqi Kurdish city of Sulaimaniya on Saturday, the US Geological Survey reported.
USGS said the quake occurred 71 km southeast of the city at a depth of 10 km.
No immediate information on the damage caused by the quake was available.
Elsewhere, an Iranian semi-official news agency reported that a 5.1-magnitude earthquake jolted the western region bordering Iraq.
Fars news agency reported Saturday the quake hit Ezgeleh district, which has a population of roughly 30,000 in western Kermanshah province.
A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck in November 2018 a nearby area and injured more than 500 people.
Iran is prone to frequent quakes as it sits on major fault lines. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake flattened the historic city of Bam in 2003, killing 26,000 people.