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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-05-02

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] GOVERNORSHIP CRISIS CENTER ANNOUNCES DEATH TOLL AS 115 AND THAT 503
  • [02] GENERAL STAFF SAYS NATURAL DISASTER SEARCH-RESCUE BATTALION PULLED OUT 13
  • [03] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN -''I CALL ON CITIZENS OF BINGOL TO BE CALM''
  • [04] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL TO ATTEND EU FOREIGN MINISTERS MEETING IN RHODES
  • [05] PM ERDOGAN HOLDS PRESS CONFERENCE -ERDOGAN: ''2,494 TENTS WERE
  • [06] TENSION IN FRONT OF BINGOL GOVERNOR'S OFFICE ENDS
  • [07] DISASTER AFFAIRS DIRECTORATE GENERAL SENDS 500 BILLION TL TO QUAKE ZONE
  • [08] EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN COORDINATION MEETING -DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER:
  • [09] NEARLY 730 AFTERSHOCKS RECORDED FOLLOWING QUAKE IN BINGOL
  • [10] RED CRESCENT SENDS 3,714 TENTS AND 13,717 BLANKETS TO QUAKE ZONE
  • [11] PRIME MINISTRY CRISIS MANAGEMENT CENTER ANNOUNCES DEATH TOLL AS 105 AND
  • [12] ONE STUDENT RESCUED 30 HOURS AFTER QUAKE
  • [13] 122 AFTERSHOCKS RECORDED FOLLOWING QUAKE IN BINGOL

  • [01] GOVERNORSHIP CRISIS CENTER ANNOUNCES DEATH TOLL AS 115 AND THAT 503 PEOPLE ARE INJURED

    BINGOL - Crisis Center, which was set up after the quake in southeastern Bingol province, said on Friday that 115 people died and 503 others were injured in the quake.

    02.05.2003

    [02] GENERAL STAFF SAYS NATURAL DISASTER SEARCH-RESCUE BATTALION PULLED OUT 13 PEOPLE ALIVE AND SEVEN DEAD BODIES FROM DEBRIS

    ANKARA - General Staff said on Friday that Special Forces Command Natural Disaster Search and Rescue (DAK) battalion, which was sent to southeastern Bingol province after the quake, pulled out 13 people alive and seven dead bodies from debris of Celtiksuyu in Bingol.

    02.05.2003

    [03] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN -''I CALL ON CITIZENS OF BINGOL TO BE CALM''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday called on citizens of southeastern Bingol province to calm down, stating that, ''their sorrows are our sorrows. An administration which is sensitive on the issue is at the ruling.''

    02.05.2003

    [04] FOREIGN MINISTER GUL TO ATTEND EU FOREIGN MINISTERS MEETING IN RHODES

    ANKARA - Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul will attend the European Union (EU) Foreign Ministers informal meeting. The meeting which will begin in Meis island of Greece on May 4, will continue in Kas township of Antalya and end in Rhodes.

    02.05.2003

    [05] PM ERDOGAN HOLDS PRESS CONFERENCE -ERDOGAN: ''2,494 TENTS WERE DISTRIBUTED IN BINGOL''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that 2,494 tents were distributed in southeastern Bingol province according to the latest information.

    02.05.2003

    [06] TENSION IN FRONT OF BINGOL GOVERNOR'S OFFICE ENDS

    BINGOL - Tension, which started with the protests of citizens as they could not get tents, and which later escalated in front of governor's office, was calmed down. Citizens threw stones on the police vehicles and broke windows of the governor's office.

    02.05.2003

    [07] DISASTER AFFAIRS DIRECTORATE GENERAL SENDS 500 BILLION TL TO QUAKE ZONE

    ANKARA - Public Works and Housing Ministry Disaster Affairs Directorate General said on Friday that 500 billion Turkish liras (TL) of urgent aid was sent to the quake zone.

    02.05.2003

    [08] EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN COORDINATION MEETING -DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER SENER: ''THERE ARE 38 ACTIVITIES IN THE PLAN WHICH SHOULD BE PARTIALLY OR WHOLLY COMPLETED IN SIX MONTHS''

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Friday that there were 38 activities in the Emergency Action Plan which should be wholly or partially completed in six months. He said efforts were underway for completion of those activities.

    02.05.2003

    [09] NEARLY 730 AFTERSHOCKS RECORDED FOLLOWING QUAKE IN BINGOL

    ISTANBUL - Nearly 730 aftershocks were recorded following earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 on the Richter scale that shook southeastern Bingol province.

    02.05.2003

    [10] RED CRESCENT SENDS 3,714 TENTS AND 13,717 BLANKETS TO QUAKE ZONE

    ANKARA - Red Crescent has sent 3,714 tents and 13,717 blankets to southeastern Bingol province, where a strong quake occurred, so far.

    02.05.2003

    [11] PRIME MINISTRY CRISIS MANAGEMENT CENTER ANNOUNCES DEATH TOLL AS 105 AND NUMBER OF THOSE INJURED AS 499

    ANKARA - Prime Ministry Crisis Management Center said on Friday that death toll was 105 and number of those injured was 499.

    02.05.2003

    [12] ONE STUDENT RESCUED 30 HOURS AFTER QUAKE

    BINGOL - A student was rescued on Friday morning under the debris of Celtiksuyu Boarding School dormitory which totally collapsed after the quake in southeastern Bingol province on Thursday.

    02.05.2003

    [13] 122 AFTERSHOCKS RECORDED FOLLOWING QUAKE IN BINGOL

    BINGOL - A total of 122 aftershocks were recorded following earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 on the Richter scale that shook southeastern Bingol province.

    02.05.2003


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