Turkey’s earthquake made headlines in the world… The British newspaper announced this: 1 out of every 2 people died in this city!
It has been mobilized for Turkey, which has experienced one of the biggest earthquakes in the history of the world. While many countries lend a helping hand to Turkey, the world press is reporting the developments in the region to their readers moment by moment. Here is the earthquake disaster in Turkey from the eyes of the world…
The eyes and ears of the world have been on the news from the earthquake zone for days.
British Daily Mail newspaper conveyed the words of Hatay Mayor Lütfü Ateş to its readers.
Lütfü Ateş announced that 21 thousand people lost their lives in the earthquake disaster in Hatay.
Underlining the information that the total number of deaths in Turkey is approaching 41 thousand, Daily Mail said, “This figure is more than half of the deaths in all of Turkey,” in the light of this statement.
In the news of the US Secretary of State Blinken’s visit to Turkey, German DW wrote that the US minister promised more help.
Washington Post’s news titled ‘Blinken toured the earthquake zone in Turkey, announced another $ 100 million in aid’, evaluated this move of the US minister as a ‘gesture of support’.
CNN International appeared before its readers with the headline ‘ Turkey Has Stopped Most Of The Rescue Efforts For Earthquake Victims’.
The BBC, which included the official statement in its news, also wrote that the rescue efforts had ended except for two areas.
NPR said that Blinken traveled to The Earthquake area with his Turkish counterpart, Çavuşoğlu, by helicopter and that the US minister stated that the support would be long-term.
The New York Post shared with its readers the information that the body of Ganalu football player Atsu, who died in the earthquake, was sent to his country.
“Among the enormous human suffering caused by the earthquakes, animals have also been greatly affected,” Qatar-based Al Jazeera said.
The Greek Ta Nea revealed the destruction caused by the earthquake by publishing the frames taken before and after the disaster.