Rescue operations continue in southwestern China after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake killed at least 74 people.
According to Chinese state media, the quake struck at 13:00 local time in Sichuan province on Monday.
Local media say it triggered mountain landslides causing "serious damage".
The epicentre was at Luding, a small town in a remote mountain region southwest of Chengdu, according to experts.
Just last week 21 million people in Sichuan's capital Chengdu were ordered to stay at home because of Covid-19 restrictions.
Tremors shook buildings in Chengdu and the neighbouring mega-city of Chongqing, leaving roads blocked and cutting communication lines to more than 10,000 residents.
The shocks also forced some power stations to shut down.
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