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Recorded fatalities stand at around 46,000 but authorities have failed to provide missing person estimates.
Amid “apocalyptic” scenes of devastation, Turks search rubble of homes for their gold savings.
Two weeks after south of country was hit by giant quakes that killed tens of thousands, Hatay province is again shaken by terrifying tremors.
Death toll stands at 44,000. Missing persons estimates not yet given. Disaster destroyed around 345,000 Turkish apartments.
Death toll across Turkey and Syria rises past 42,000. Missing persons estimates yet to be provided by governments.
During unprecedented world monetary easing two years ago, operator LimakPort sold $360mn of 15-year eurobonds with a 9.50% coupon.
Since natural disaster struck country a week ago, violence in shattered provinces has been snowballing.
Turkonfed forecasts $74mn of building losses and $10bn of economic output losses.
Some armed looters open fire on soldiers. Anger among survivors, meanwhile, mounts as days of waiting for help to rescue loved ones come to nothing.
Incidents follow successful escape made by 20 suspected jihadists from Syria prison across the border.
Opportunity afforded by earthquake crisis will give him more time to work out how to hold on to power in elections that by any rational analysis he’s already lost.
President hits back, says it is “not possible” to prepare for such a big disaster. Questions over what happened to “earthquake tax” money resurface.
Analyst says assessments indicate around 10% of national GDP generated by areas impacted by disaster.
Thousands with homes reduced to rubble left stranded in the open in heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures.
Thousands injured. Death toll seen as likely to rise. Millions of people across Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Cyprus and Israel felt the earthquake.
Attacks come as Turkey’s president Erdogan prepares country for another dizzying U-turn when it comes to Syrian counterpart and foe Assad.
US said to be wary of Nato member country turning into an anything-goes bolthole for Russians looking to shield business and assets from Western sanctions.
Wayward monetary policy dives deeper into uncharted territory. Turkey may be in for a “hardcore” crisis. The Erdogan succession talk is growing louder.
US exit from Afghanistan is brewing up a Salafi storm in which Turkey’s Syria militants could play a role.