4.6-magnitude earthquake shakes western Turkey
The earthquake occurred in the Akhisar district at 2.36 a.m. Turkish time at a depth of seven kilometers, said AFAD.
A number of aftershocks jolted the area following the earthquake, it added.
No information on casualties have been reported.
Turkey has been hit by a series of earthquakes since the start of 2020 as a 5.4 magnitude quake Jan. 22 jolted Manisa and Ankara was rattled Jan. 23 by a 4.5-magnitude tremor.
The worst of the quakes took place on Jan. 24 when eastern Elazığ province was hit with a 6.8-magnitude earthquake which led to deaths of 41 people and injured 1,600 others.
The tremors were also felt in neighboring countries, including Georgia and Syria.