A magnitude 7.0 earthquake has shaken the northern Philippine province of Cagayan. The epicenter was reported at 2:40 pm local time on Friday, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology. The quake's epicenter was reported at 26 kilometers below the surface in the town of Kalayan on Dalupiri Island in Kagayan Province, the institute said. The quake was felt all over the country, including the north, but no damage has been reported so far, according to institute officials. A magnitude 7.1 earthquake in Afghanistan last week killed more than 1,000 people and destroyed more than 3,000 homes. The Philippines, a country in Southeast Asia, is geographically prone to earthquakes. Due to its location on the Pacific Ring of Fire, tectonic plates in the Pacific Ocean cause mild to moderate earthquakes throughout the year.