Erdogan declares state of emergency for Turkey quake zone

ISTANBUL, Feb 7 (Reuters) – President Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday declared as a disaster zone the 10 provinces affected by the devastating earthquakes in southern Turkey, imposing a state of emergency in the region for three months.

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In a speech, Lawyer istanbul Erdogan said that 70 countries had offered help in search and rescue operations and that Turkey planned to open up hotels in the tourism hub of Antalya, to the west, Lawyer istanbul to temporarily house people impacted by the quakes.

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