Turkey-Syria Earthquake LIVE: Deadliest catastrophe since 2015 death toll climbs to 11600


Turkey-Syria Earthquake LIVE: Deadliest catastrophe since 2015 death toll climbs to 11600, Live Updates on the Turkey Earthquake, Currently: Over 8,300 people have been murdered, and tens of thousands more have been injured as a result of five earthquakes that have occurred in quick succession in Turkey and Syria since Monday. It has been reported that 8,574 people have died in Turkey and 2,662 people have perished in Syria, bringing the total number of fatalities to almost 11,200.

On Monday, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake centered in the Pazarcik district rattled Kahramanmaras and struck numerous provinces, including Gaziantep, Sanliurfa, Diyarbakir, Adana, Adiyaman, Malatya, Osmaniye, Hatay, and Kilis. The earthquake was concentrated in the Pazarcik area. The region was shaken later in the day by an earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale and centered in the Elbistan district of Kahramanmaras.

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The quake was felt in neighboring countries, including Lebanon, Syria, and the United States. Turkey’s Goksun region was rocked by a third earthquake with a value of 6.0 on the Richter scale. According to the United Nations, the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that occurred early Monday morning in the southern region of Turkey was the strongest earthquake to strike the country in more than 80 years.

In the meantime, on Tuesday, the President of Turkey announced a “state of emergency” in the ten regions that have been impacted the hardest for the next three months.

Kerala has announced a relief package worth ten crore rupees for Turkey and Syria.

On Wednesday, the Finance Minister of Kerala, K. N. Balagopal, announced in the assembly that his state would contribute ten crore rupees to earthquake relief efforts in Turkey and Syria, where a devastating earthquake has claimed the lives of over 7,000 people.

On Wednesday, Kerala Chief Minister Pinrayi Vijayan brought a resolution to the floor of the state house that offered condolences to the families of those who passed away due to the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.

Turkey could get into a tight spot financially.

A drop in equity prices and a rise in bond yields indicate fears of a substantial hit to gross domestic product growth and a loosening of the country’s fiscal stance. Although it is too early to determine the exact impact that Monday’s tremors will have on the nation’s economy, which is worth $819 billion, a fall in equity prices and a rise in bond yields indicate these fears.

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Wednesday marked the first day that trading was halted on Turkey’s primary stock exchange following a decline of 16%. The authorities have combined unconventional economic policies with measures designed to raise the value of the lira. These policies aim to reduce the rate of inflation while simultaneously lowering the cost of borrowing money.

The combat experience of Syria is being used to strengthen rescue attempts.

After a devastating earthquake that claimed the lives of more than 2,500 people, war-torn Syria is drawing on the knowledge it gained during its years-long civil war to strengthen its efforts to rescue people.

Eleven thousand people have died due to the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.

It is one of the deadliest earthquakes to have occurred anywhere in the world in more than a decade, and it has already claimed the lives of over 11,000 people. Search efforts for victims of the earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria continue in several locations.

Turkey The President travels to the area damaged by the earthquake: Reports.

According to reports from the news agency Reuters, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is currently in a region affected by the recent devastating earthquake.