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The death toll in the earthquake in Eastern Turkey has increased to 14 people. It is reported TASS with reference to data management of emergencies and natural disasters.
It is noted that more than 300 people were injured.
An earthquake of magnitude 6.8 occurred in Eastern Turkey occurred on 24 January at 20.55 Moscow time near the town of Sivrice. Earlier it was reported that as a result four persons were lost: two in the provinces of Malatya and elazığ. The press attache of the Russian Embassy in Ankara Irina Kasimova said that Russians are among the injured in the earthquake there.
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