Offices evacuated as earthquake hits Indonesia

STORY: Monday's quake struck on land in Cianjur, about 46 miles southeast of Jakarta, the weather and geophysics agency (BMKG) said, adding there was no potential for a tsunami.

Some people were evacuated from office buildings in the central business district in Jakarta, while others reported feeling buildings shake and seeing furniture move, Reuters witnesses said.

In a statement the national disaster agency said several homes and an Islamic boarding school in the area had been damaged, as officials continued to assess the full extent of the damage.