‘British tourists have been forced to sleep on sun loungers after two aftershocks struck the Greek island of Kos.
Thousands of holidaymakers fled into the streets as two aftershocks rocked the holiday destination.
A 4.4 magnitude tremor struck Saturday night at 8.09pm local time (6.09pm GMT), followed by a 4.6 magnitude shock 16 minutes later, according to the Athens Geodynamics Institute.
The first one was closest to the island, 13 miles to the northeast at a depth of 6 miles.
The tremors come as visitors still recover from the shock of a 6.7 magnitude quake that struck in the early hours of Friday morning. The tremor at just after 20.09 local time lasted for less than 10 seconds causing hotel rooms to shake and followed a series of smaller tremors.’