On Friday, powerful Earthquake Turkey News struck the Aegean Sea near Turkey’s Izmir Province, killing at least 1400 people and injuring more than 4500. The death toll is expected to rise as rescue efforts continue in the region. Hundreds of buildings have been destroyed or damaged in the disaster, leaving thousands of people without shelter and electricity. In response to the tragedy, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared a national emergency and promised aid to those affected by the earthquake. Rescue teams are working around the clock to locate survivors and provide assistance to those in need.
What time does Earthquake Turkey News come in turkey?
On Friday, October 30th, 2020, a devastating Earthquake Turkey News with a magnitude of 7.0 hit Turkey’s eastern province of Elazig. The death toll has risen to 1400 and the rescue operation continues as the search for survivors continues. The earthquake has caused massive destruction in the region and people are struggling to cope with the aftermath of the disaster.
The Turkish government is doing its best to provide relief and aid to those affected by this tragedy. The international community has also come together and is providing support in whatever way it can. This tragic event has been felt around the world as people are reminded of how fragile life can be.
How many people were rescued and how did my people rest to rescue?
On November 1st, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the eastern part of Turkey, causing massive destruction and loss of life. The death toll has now risen to 1400, with thousands more injured and missing. Rescue operations have been ongoing since the earthquake hit, with many brave volunteers risking their lives to save those trapped in the rubble. The Turkish government is doing its best to provide aid and assistance to those affected by the disaster, but it is still a race against time as more people are being discovered in need of help every day
EU has mobilized more than 10 search and rescue teams to assist Turkey
More than 10 search and rescue teams from the EU have been mobilized in the wake of the major earthquake that has hit Turkey, a spokesperson for the European Commission told reporters on Monday.
“Urban Search and Rescue teams have been quickly mobilized from Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, and Romania to support the first responders on the ground,” the European Commission said in a statement.
Italy, Spain, and Slovakia have offered their rescue teams to Earthquake Turkey News as well.
Reuters reports the EU said it was also ready to support those affected in Syria, but said it had not yet received a request from the country to activate the EU’s civil protection mechanism, which coordinates assistance from the EU and other European countries.
In 1999, a tremor of similar magnitude to today’s quakes in Earthquake Turkey News devastated Izmit and the heavily populated eastern Marmara Sea region near Istanbul, killing more than 17,000. Turkey’s president Erdoğan has described today as the worst disaster for the country since 1939 when an earthquake killed over 32,000 people and injured more than 100,000.
So far in the 21st century, seven major earthquakes have claimed more than 20,000 victims each.
The January 2001 Gujarat earthquake in India and the March 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan both claimed just over 20,000 lives.
In Iran, the Bam earthquake which struck on 26 December 2003, had a death toll of just over 26,000.
Two major earthquakes in Turkey News in the mid-2000s both caused a death toll put at 87,000 – the October 2005 Kashmir quake affecting India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, and the May 2008 Sichuan earthquake in China.
The two deadliest quakes of the 21st century both killed over 200,000 people, although the death tolls for both are imprecise. The January 2010 Haiti earthquake devastated the island republic with the death toll put at 220,000.
But the most deadly natural disaster of the 21st century was the 26 December 2004 Indian ocean earthquake and subsequent tsunami, which took at least 225,000 lives and measured between 9.1-9.3, the third-largest earthquake ever recorded, with a duration between eight and ten minutes.
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