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Turkey Quake

India TV News Desk [ Updated: November 11, 2011 13:22 IST ]
  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers pull out Cemal Akkurt, a Turkish man, from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo/Cem Oksuz, Anatolia)
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    Turkish rescue workers pull out Cemal Akkurt, a Turkish man, from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo/Cem Oksuz, Anatolia)

  • Turkish rescue workers rest as they search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers rest as they search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said.. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers rest as they search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )
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    Turkish rescue workers rest as they search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 28 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, authorities said. At least ten people, including a Japanese aid worker, were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Bertan Ayduk )

  • Turkish rescue workers pull out Atsushi Miyazaki, a Japanese aid worker, 41, alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Anatolia)
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    Turkish rescue workers pull out Atsushi Miyazaki, a Japanese aid worker, 41, alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo/Ali Ihsan Ozturk, Anatolia)

  • Turkish rescue workers pull out Atsushi Miyazaki, a Japanese man, alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo )
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    Turkish rescue workers pull out Atsushi Miyazaki, a Japanese man, alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people.(AP Photo )

  • A survivor is carried on a stretcher after rescue workers pulled out him from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 24 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo)
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    A survivor is carried on a stretcher after rescue workers pulled out him from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 24 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo)

  • Rescue workers pull out a man from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 24 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo)
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    Rescue workers pull out a man from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 24 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo)

  • Rescue workers pull out a man from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 24 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo )
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    Rescue workers pull out a man from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 24 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude 5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo )

  • Rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed building in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescue workers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in eastern Turkey, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. (AP Photo)
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    Rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed building in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescue workers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in eastern Turkey, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. (AP Photo)

  • Rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed building in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescue workers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in eastern Turkey, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. (AP Photo)
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    Rescue workers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed building in Van, Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescue workers have pulled out 23 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in eastern Turkey, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. (AP Photo)

  • Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, late Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011. An earthquake struck eastern Turkey on Wednesday night, killing at least three people and leaving dozens trapped in the rubble of toppled buildings damaged in the previous temblor, which had killed 600 people. About 20 buildings collapsed in the provincial capital of Van following a 5.7 magnitude quake, according to media reports.(AP Photo/Evrim Aydin, Anatolia)c
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    Rescuers search for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, late Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011. An earthquake struck eastern Turkey on Wednesday night, killing at least three people and leaving dozens trapped in the rubble of toppled buildings damaged in the previous temblor, which had killed 600 people. About 20 buildings collapsed in the provincial capital of Van following a 5.7 magnitude quake, according to media reports.(AP Photo/Evrim Aydin, Anatolia)c

  • Rescuers pull out a man alive from the rubble of a collapsed building in Van, eastern Turkey, late Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011. An earthquake struck eastern Turkey late Wednesday night, killing at least three people and leaving dozens trapped in the rubble of toppled buildings. About 20 buildings collapsed in the provincial capital of Van following a 5.7 magnitude quake, according to media reports.(AP Photo/Salih Zeki Fazlioglu, Anatolia)
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    Rescuers pull out a man alive from the rubble of a collapsed building in Van, eastern Turkey, late Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011. An earthquake struck eastern Turkey late Wednesday night, killing at least three people and leaving dozens trapped in the rubble of toppled buildings. About 20 buildings collapsed in the provincial capital of Van following a 5.7 magnitude quake, according to media reports.(AP Photo/Salih Zeki Fazlioglu, Anatolia)

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