Rescue efforts continue after Indonesia quake

STORY: The epicenter of the shallow 5.6-magnitude quake hit on land close to the town of Cianjur in a mountainous area of Indonesia's most populous province.

Rescuers were seen on Tuesday (November 22) helping residents clear debris from homes that have collapsed, due to the tremors and resulting landslides.

One resident told Reuters that at least six of his relatives were still unaccounted for.

The earthquake was felt strongly in the capital Jakarta, some 75 km (45 miles) away, and damaged at least 2,200 homes and displaced more than 5,000 people, the national disaster agency (BNPB) said.