A 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit the southern Pacific coast of Guatemala late Friday, Al Arabiya News reported citing the country's INSIVUMEH seismological agency.
El Salvador, a neighbour of Guatemala, felt the same earthquake that struck the Escuintla area of Guatemala.
No immediate reports of damages or casualties have been made yet.
The earthquake was recorded at a depth of 119 kilometres (73.9 miles) by the German Research Centre for Geosciences, which also reported a magnitude of 6.1.
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