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Death toll in Turkey-Syria crosses 28 thousand, 10-day-old newborn found alive in debris

Pankaj Prasad
Turkey Syria earthquake
Turkey Syria earthquake

A 10-day-old baby and its mother were pulled alive 90 hours after the quake in the southern province of Hatay.

Where more than 28,000 people have lost their lives in Turkey-Syria's most devastating earthquake of the century, the survival of three women after 122 hours of the accident is considered a miracle. The first woman among them is 70-year-old Menekse Tabak. The second is 55-year-old Masallah Sisek and the third is 40-year-old Zeynep Kahraman. Zeynep was the first to be pulled alive from the wreckage (at 104 hours).

While Masallah was pulled from the rubble of a building in Diyarbakir, the largest city in southeastern Turkey. On the other hand, Zeynep Kahraman of Kirikhan city was taken on a stretcher as soon as she was safely pulled from the debris. He was made to wear dark glasses to protect his eyes from the light. Her younger sister, Zubayde, then hugged rescue worker Steven Bayer. Bayer said, now I believe in miracles. It is a big thing that this woman has turned out to be so fit in these circumstances. The role of the Indian rescue team in pulling out from the debris is being appreciated all over the world. Zeynep Kahraman from the city of Kirikhan was carried on a stretcher as soon as she was safely pulled from the rubble. He was made to wear dark glasses to protect his eyes from the light. Her younger sister, Zubayde, then hugged rescue worker Steven Bayer. Bayer said, now I believe in miracles. It is a big thing that this woman has turned out to be so fit in these circumstances. The role of the Indian rescue team in pulling out from the debris is being appreciated all over the world. Zeynep Kahraman from the city of Kirikhan was carried on a stretcher as soon as she was safely pulled from the rubble. He was made to wear dark glasses to protect his eyes from the light. Her younger sister, Zubayde, then hugged rescue worker Steven Bayer. Bayer said, now I believe in miracles. It is a big thing that this woman has turned out to be so fit in these circumstances. The role of the Indian rescue team in pulling out from the debris is being appreciated all over the world. Now I believe in miracles. It is a big thing that this woman has turned out to be so fit in these circumstances. The role of the Indian rescue team in pulling out from the debris is being appreciated all over the world. Now I believe in miracles. It is a big thing that this woman has turned out to be so fit in these circumstances. The role of the Indian rescue team in pulling out from the debris is being appreciated all over the world.

10 day old newborn found alive in the debris

Those who give tears of happiness in the eyes and shine of life. Wrapped in a bright thermal blanket, a newborn is just 10 days old. This child named Yagiz Uls has been rescued from the debris. The 10-day-old baby and his mother were pulled alive 90 hours after the quake in the southern province of Hatay. The sequence of those who came out alive has now decreased.

Indians setting an example of helping, sent blankets for the victims: Firat

A large amount of relief material is being sent from India to Turkey. After the army and NDRF team, now the people of India are also distributing blankets in the cold. Turkey's Ambassador Firat Sunel has said a heart touching thing by tweeting one such letter of sending 100 blankets. He also shared the message of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam in the letter.

More than 5 thousand Twitter users have liked it. Firat also thanked the Indians. Four Indians named Kuldeep, Amarjit, Sukhdev and Gaurav donated 100 blankets for the victims of Turkey earthquake and wrote in the letter, Regards to all the people of Turkey. God bless Turkiye and give him courage to deal with this trouble.

The meaning of words is deeper than the meaning of the dictionary…  Describing it as love from India, Sunel wrote in the caption, An Indian family has set an example by donating blankets. Sometimes words have deeper meanings than what is recorded in the dictionary.

Germany to give three-month emergency visa to Turkey-Syria earthquake victims

After the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria, all countries are extending a helping hand. Meanwhile, Germany's Home Minister Nancy Fazer said on Saturday that her country Turkey and Syria will give three-month visas to earthquake victims along with their families. Fazer told daily newspaper Bild that it was emergency aid.

Fazer said regular visas would be issued soon to those who qualify and would be valid for three months. Fazer said we live in Germany They want to allow Turkish or Syrian families to bring their close relatives from the disaster area to their homes. He added that this joint initiative with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would facilitate earthquake victims to "find shelter and receive medical treatment" in Germany. Explain that about 2.9 million person of Turkish origin live in Germany, of which more than half have Turkish nationality.