A massive earthquake in Indonesia has killed at least 30 people and injured more than 100 others, officials say.
The death toll from the 8.1 magnitude earthquake that struck the island of Lombok on Sunday was announced by the State Disaster Management Agency on Monday.
Authorities said that at least 1,037 people were killed, while the death toll was expected to rise to more than 2,000, officials said.
The earthquake was centred at a remote part of Lombakas mountain range, but authorities said there was no immediate threat to people in the area.
The US Geological Survey (USGS) recorded the quake at a depth of 10km (6 miles) (16 miles) at 5:10am (09:10 GMT).
A tsunami warning was issued for the island and Lombok, which is located between the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java, and is popular with holidaymakers and tourists.
Indonesia is currently experiencing a record-breaking summer, with its sea levels rising by more than 10m.
It has been battered by deadly earthquakes and cyclones, including one in October that killed more than 300 people.