Iran's city of Kaki in the Bushehr province was hit by another 4,3 magnitude earthquake early this morning, Fars new agency reported.
The quake occurred approximately at 6:14 by local time. There are no reports of possible victims or damages.
Kaki has been the subject of earthquakes in the last several days. A 5,1 magnitude quake hit the city on Monday, and prior to that another 4,0 magnitude quake was felt in the same place.
Bushehr's Kaki city was hit by an earthquake on Saturday, May 4, with a 4,0 magnitude earthquake, according to Iran's Seismography Center.
Prior to that, Kaki was hit by quake on May 2 evening, with a 5,0 magnitude. There were no reports of possible victims or damages.
Iran is one of the most seismically active countries in the world, being crossed by several major fault lines that cover at least 90 percent of the country. As a result, earthquakes in Iran occur often and are destructive.