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Rescue teams search for earthquake survivors in Izmir


Rescuers in Izmir continue their desperate search through heavy blocks of concrete for survivors after a a deadly earthquake. Most of the damage occured in Izmir, but the shallow tremor also triggered floods in other coastal areas across Turkey and Greece. IMAGES

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