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By Jari Tanner, Associated Press
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday that his government would move forward with ratifying Finland’s NATO application, paving the way for the country to join the military bloc ahead of Sweden.
By Andrew Wilks, Associated Press
The Feb. 6 earthquake killed close to 47,000 people in Turkey, destroyed or damaged around 214,000 buildings and left hundreds of thousands of people homeless — becoming Turkey’s worst disaster in its modern history.
By Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Survivors told authorities that that the boat which set off from Turkey last week had carried about 170 people.
By Paolo Santalucia, Luigi Navarra, Associated Press
Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu has raised the number of fatalities in Turkey from the magnitude 7.8 earthquake to 43,556. The combined death toll in Turkey and Syria now stands at 47,244.
By Associated Press
By Zeynep Bilginsoy, Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Turkey’s disaster management authority, AFAD, said the new quake killed six people and injured 294 others, including 18 who were in critical condition.
A new, 6.4 magnitude earthquake has jolted Turkey's Hatay province which was devastated by a massive tremor two weeks ago.
By Tanya Titova, Andrew Wilks, Emrah Gurel, Associated Press
Hundreds of thousands of people are seeking shelter after the Feb. 6 earthquake in southern Turkey left homes unlivable.
By Omar Akour, Associated Press
A United Nations official says the death toll from the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake is likely to rise as teams scramble to remove rubble in hard-hit areas.
By Sarah El Deeb, Zeynep Bilginsoy, Bernat Armangué, Andrew Wilks, Associated Press
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced that more than 35,000 people have died in Turkey as a result of last week's earthquakes, making it the deadliest such disaster since the country's founding 100 years ago.
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