An earthquake has shaken the tiny Caribbean island of Anguilla. There are no reports of injuries or damage.
The US Geological Survey reported the quake's preliminary magnitude as 5.1 and said the epicentre was about10 kilometres east-southeast of Anguilla's capital, The Valley.
But it said the quake occurred far below the surface, about 88 kilometres down - a depth that tends to lessen the power of a tremor's shaking.
Police constable Terry Sylvester said it was the strongest earthquake he had ever felt but residents had not reported any damage.