MANILA – No Filipinos were affected in the powerful earthquake that hit East Lombok in Indonesia on July 29, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Thursday. The Philippine Embassy in Jakarta checked the condition of some 250 Filipinos in Lombok and surrounding areas and reported that none of them were among the casualties, the DFA said in a statement. The Indonesian National Disaster Mitigation Agency reported that as of July 30, there are 14 fatalities and more than 1,000 houses damaged by the magnitude 6.4 earthquake. A Malaysian citizen was among the fatalities. The embassy also extended its condolences to the families of those who perished in the earthquake, the DFA said. Local authorities are assisting the victims, said Philippine Ambassador to Indonesia Cesar Lee Hiong Wee. The Lombok International Airport is operating as scheduled, he said.