Three people were hurt on Friday when an earthquake struck southwestern Iran and caused some damage, the country’s official IRNA news agency said.
The United States Geological Survey said the quake measuring a moderate 5.2 struck at 4:45 am (0115 GMT) at a depth of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) near the port city of Genaveh in Bushehr province.
A 4.6 magnitude aftershock followed more than two hours later, USGS added.
Local officials cited by IRNA said three people were hurt but there was no significant damage.
Bushehr, home to a nuclear power plant, was also hit by an earthquake in April. The 5.9-magnitude quake injured five people but caused no major damage.
Iran, located at the intersection of several tectonic plates, is a zone of high seismic activity.