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At least 38 killed in Turkey earthquake, officials say

FOXNews.com Monday, 27 January 2020
Rescue crews in Turkey worked through Sunday to pull more survivors from collapsed buildings in the country’s east where a magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Friday, claiming at least 38 lives.
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More than 20 people have been killed in an earthquake that rocked eastern Turkey on Friday at 8.55pm local time. Rescue workers were continuing to search people buried under the rubble of collapsed buildings in Elazig province and neighbouring Malatya, said Health Minister Fahrettin Koca.

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