A new strong earthquake is now reported in central Turkey, writes BBC.
The US Geological Survey says a 5.5 magnitude tremor was at a depth of 10km near the town of Golbasi.
Meanwhile, the France-based European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) put the strength of the quake near Golbasi at 5.6, adding that it was at a depth of 2km.
Both agencies said the tremor happened at 03:13 GMT on Tuesday. They provided no further details.
South-eastern Turkey has been rocked by a series of aftershocks since the deadly earthquake near the city of Gaziantep on Monday morning.