Washington: A 6.0 magnitude quake struck off Mexico's Pacific coast close to the Guatemala border today, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
The quake occurred at 1222 GMT at a depth of 35 kilometres, and was located 28 kilometres south-southwest of Suchiate, Mexico, the US Geological Survey said.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre did not issue a report on the quake. A powerful 7.4-magnitude earthquake rocked southwest Mexico on March 20, killing two people, injuring 13 others and damaging thousands of homes.
That earthquake -- with its epicentre south of the Pacific resort of Acapulco -- was the most powerful to hit the country since one in 1985, which destroyed entire neighbourhoods of the capital and killed thousands of people. (AFP)