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Turkey earthquake: At least 20 dead as buildings collapse

BBC News Saturday, 25 January 2020
A devastating earthquake has hit Turkey's Elazig province, with over a thousand injured and many dead.
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News video: Turkey: Several dead, hundreds injured as 6.5 magnitude quake strikes| OneIndia News

Turkey: Several dead, hundreds injured as 6.5 magnitude quake strikes| OneIndia News 01:15

An earthquake hit eastern Turkey at 8.55 pm local time on Friday. At least 18 people are believed dead and hundreds are injured. The toll may rise. The quake struck east Turkey's Elazig province. Officials said that at least 30 buildings collapsed due to the tremors. The 6.5 magnitude earthquake was...

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