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Turkey Quake

India TV News Desk [ Updated: October 24, 2011 10:46 IST ]
  • Residents take to the streets after a earthquake in Van eastern Turkey in this image taken from Sunday Oct. 23, 2011. A powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday, collapsing at least two buildings in the center of eastern city of Van, the mayor said. (AP Photo/Anatolian TV. via APTN) TURKEY OUT TV OUT
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    Residents take to the streets after a earthquake in Van eastern Turkey in this image taken from Sunday Oct. 23, 2011. A powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday, collapsing at least two buildings in the center of eastern city of Van, the mayor said. (AP Photo/Anatolian TV. via APTN) TURKEY OUT TV OUT

  • People try to save people trapped under debris in Tabanli village near the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. (AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT
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    People try to save people trapped under debris in Tabanli village near the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. (AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT

  • LEFT People try to save people trapped under debris in Tabanli village near the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. ( AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT RIGHT A man carries an injured child in the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. ( AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT
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    LEFT People try to save people trapped under debris in Tabanli village near the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. ( AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT RIGHT A man carries an injured child in the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. ( AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT

  • LEFT Shocked people seen in the city center of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011 , collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. ( AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Anatolia) TURKEY OUT RIGHT People rescue a woman trapped under debris after a powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, collapsing about 45 buildings in Van province, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 according to the deputy Turkish prime minister. Only one death was immediately confirmed, but scientists estimated that up to 1,000 people could have been killed. The worst damage was caused to the town of Ercis, in the mountainous eastern province of Van, close to the Iranian border. ( AP Photo/ Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT
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    LEFT Shocked people seen in the city center of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011 , collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said. ( AP Photo/ Abdurrahman Antakyali, Anatolia) TURKEY OUT RIGHT People rescue a woman trapped under debris after a powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, collapsing about 45 buildings in Van province, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 according to the deputy Turkish prime minister. Only one death was immediately confirmed, but scientists estimated that up to 1,000 people could have been killed. The worst damage was caused to the town of Ercis, in the mountainous eastern province of Van, close to the Iranian border. ( AP Photo/ Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT

  • People rescue two women trapped under debris in Van eastsern Turkey after a powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, collapsing about 45 buildings in Van province, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 according to the deputy Turkish prime minister. Only one death was immediately confirmed, but scientists estimated that up to 1,000 people could have been killed. The worst damage was caused to the town of Ercis, in the mountainous eastern province of Van, close to the Iranian border. ( AP Photo/Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Anatolia) TURKEY OUT
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    People rescue two women trapped under debris in Van eastsern Turkey after a powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, collapsing about 45 buildings in Van province, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 according to the deputy Turkish prime minister. Only one death was immediately confirmed, but scientists estimated that up to 1,000 people could have been killed. The worst damage was caused to the town of Ercis, in the mountainous eastern province of Van, close to the Iranian border. ( AP Photo/Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Anatolia) TURKEY OUT

  • People rescue a woman trapped under debris after a powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, collapsing about 45 buildings in Van province, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 according to the deputy Turkish prime minister. Only one death was immediately confirmed, but scientists estimated that up to 1,000 people could have been killed. The worst damage was caused to the town of Ercis, in the mountainous eastern province of Van, close to the Iranian border. ( AP Photo/ Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT
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    People rescue a woman trapped under debris after a powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, collapsing about 45 buildings in Van province, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2011 according to the deputy Turkish prime minister. Only one death was immediately confirmed, but scientists estimated that up to 1,000 people could have been killed. The worst damage was caused to the town of Ercis, in the mountainous eastern province of Van, close to the Iranian border. ( AP Photo/ Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Aatolia) TURKEY OUT

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