At least 1,651 people were killed and 11,119 others injured when two strong earthquakes jolted southeastern Türkiye, according to Turkish officials.
International support and expression of solidarity poured in on Ankara following a destructive earthquake that hit Türkiye early on Monday.
Over two thousand people are killed after devastating earthquakes strike southern Türkiye and bordering Syria.
At least 1,498 people are killed and 8,533 injured as a series of earthquakes cause massive devastation in Türkiye and neighbouring Syria.
At least 1,014 people have been killed after the powerful pre-dawn earthquake hit southern Türkiye.
At least 1,014 people have been killed and 5,385 injured after the earthquake hit 10 southern provinces of Türkiye, according to the latest official figures.
The Turkish disaster agency responsible for dealing with the aftermath of earthquakes has decades of experience in undertaking challenging rescue missions.
Latest tremor in southern Türkiye puts spotlight on the country's disaster preparedness while reminding people of the possibility of a major temblor referred to as 'the big one'.
A large-scale search and rescue operation continues in southern Türkiye as rescue workers cut through the rubble to save lives.
The earthquake, which was centred in the Pazarcik district of Kahramanmaras province, also left major damage and hundreds of casualties in Syria.
The bus was traveling from the southeastern Diyarbakir province to the Aegean city of Mugla when the deadly accident happened.
Türkiye launched the Asia Anew initiative in 2019 to 'further enhance its relations with Asia, which is becoming the world’s economic center, in multiple dimensions.'
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