A powerful earthquake has struck the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok.
More than 14 people have died, the BBC reports, with more than 150 injured.
The magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck shortly before 7am on Sunday (July 29).
Lombok, situated around 25 miles east of Bali, is popular for its beaches and walking trails.
Some 60 smaller earthquakes struck following the initial incident.
More than 500 climbers are still understood to be trapped on volcanic Mount Rinjani.
A spokesperson for the national park said 500 were trapped in the Segara Anakan area and a further 60 in Batu Ceper.
This includes local walkers, as well as foreign nationals, The Guardian reports.
The Foreign Office has updated its guidance following the quake.
“On 29 July, the north east of the island of Lombok experienced a series of earthquakes and aftershocks resulting in a number of casualties.
“Search and rescue operations are ongoing. If you are in the area, you should monitor local media, exercise caution and follow the advice of the local authorities.”