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Toll from earthquake in western Turkey rises to 28

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Toll from earthquake in western Turkey rises to 28Ankara: The number of deaths from the recent earthquake in western Turkey has climbed to 28, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said Saturday. Earlier in the day, the reported death toll stood at 26, while 883 were reported injured. “We have 28 deceased, 243 people are receiving hospital treatment, seven are in intensive care, three of them are in critical condition,” the minister said in a statement....
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