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April 20, 2004
TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN DRIVES A NEWLY LAUNCHED TOYOTA COROLLA ACCOMPANIED BY TOYOTA TURKEY CEO...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN DRIVES A NEWLY LAUNCHED TOYOTA COROLLA ACCOMPANIED BY TOYOTA TURKEY ......
TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN DRIVES A NEWLY LAUNCHED TOYOTA COROLLA ACCOMPANIED BY TOYOTA TURKEY CEO AND PRESIDENT KOJI KOBOYASHI. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan test drives a newly launched Toyota Corolla Verso accompanied by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Turkey CEO and President Koji Koboyashi (L) in Adapazari, Turkey, April 20, 2004. Toyota launched a new version of the Corolla Verso in its plant in Turkey for sale in Europe. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY TOYOTA
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April 20, 2004
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the audience during a launching ceremony of the new version...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN SPEEKS DURING LAUNCHING CEREMONY OF A NEW TOYOTA.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the audience during a launching ceremony of the new version of Toyota Corolla Verso in the Toyota Turkey car plant in Adapazari, Turkey, April 20, 2004. Toyota launched a new version of the Corolla Verso in its plant in Turkey and will produce the car in Turkey for the market in Europe only. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas FS/LE
TURKEY TOYOTA
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April 20, 2004
TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN IS FLANKED BY TOYOTA TURKEY CEO AND PRESIDENT KOJI KOBOYASHI AND PROVINCIAL...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN IS FLANKED BY TOYOTA TURKEY CEO AND PRESIDENT KOJI KOBOYASHI AND ...
TURKISH PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN IS FLANKED BY TOYOTA TURKEY CEO AND PRESIDENT KOJI KOBOYASHI AND PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR KIRAC. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (C) is flanked by Toyota Turkey CEO and President Koji Koboyashi (L) and Adapazari province Governor Cahit Kirac (R) as they stand next to a Toyota Corolla Verso during a ceremony in Adapazari, Turkey, April 20, 2004. Toyota launched a new version of Corolla Verso in its plant in Turkey which will be produced in Turkey only for car markets in Europe. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY
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February 09, 2000
Turkish quake survivor and her children holding their food packages walk past a portrait of Ataturk,...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH QUAKE VICTIMS RECEIVE THEIR PREFABRICATED HOUSES SENT BY JAPAN.
Turkish quake survivor and her children holding their food packages walk past a portrait of Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, flanked by Turkish and Japanese flags February 9 as they make their way to the newly given prefabricated house in Adliye village near the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari February 9. Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Yamamoto Ichita and Turkish Minister of Construction Koray Aydin also attended the opening of the 500 prefabricated houses which were sent by Kobe people in Japan to Turkish quake victims. Kobe suffered a severe quake six years ago as 6,000 people lost their lives.

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TURKEY
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February 09, 2000
A Turkish girl stands next to a huge Japanese flag, as Turkish women walk in front of their new prefabricated...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
JAPANESE DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER VISITS QUAKE VILLAGE IN TURKEY.
A Turkish girl stands next to a huge Japanese flag, as Turkish women walk in front of their new prefabricated houses in Adliye village near the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari February 9. Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Yamamoto Ichita and Turkish Minister of Construction Koray Aydin also attended the opening of the 500 prefabricated houses which were sent by the people of Kobe in Japan to Turkish quake victims. Kobe suffered a severe quake six years ago when 6,000 people lost their lives.

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TURKEY
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February 09, 2000
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Yamamoto Ichita (L) is accompanied...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
JAPANESE DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER VISITS QUAKE VILLAGE IN TURKEY.
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Yamamoto Ichita (L) is accompanied by Turkish Minister of Construction Koray Aydin (R) as they pose with Turkish children February 9 in Adliye village near the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari. Turkish and Japanese ministers attended the opening of the 500 prefabricated houses which were sent by Kobe people in Japan to Turkish quake victims. Kobe had suffered a severe quake six years ago as 6,000 people lost their lives. Turkish quake victims survived a deadly quake in which more than 17,000 people were killed, and 600,000 people left homeless.

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TURKEY
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February 09, 2000
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-A Turkish soldier stands guard in front of a portrait of Ataturk,...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
JAPANESE DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER VISITS QUAKE VILLAGE IN TURKEY.
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-A Turkish soldier stands guard in front of a portrait of Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, flanked by Turkish and Japanese flags at the opening of the prefabricated houses sent by Japan in Adliye village near the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari February 9. Japan's deputy Foreign Minister Yamamoto Ichita and Turkish Construction Minister Koray Aydin have attended the opening ceremony in the village as quake victim Turks received their prefabricated houses sent by people from Kobe in Japan. Kobe people had suffered a severe quake six years ago as 6,000 people lost their lives. Turkish quake victims survived a deadly quake in which more than 17,000 people killed, as 600,000 people were left homeless.

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TURKEY
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February 09, 2000
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Yamamoto Ichita addresses...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
JAPANESE DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER VISITS QUAKE VILLAGE IN TURKEY.
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Yamamoto Ichita addresses Turkish quake victims as he stands next to a Turkish flag (R) February 9 in Adliye village near the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari. Turkish and Japanese ministers attended the opening of the 500 prefabricated houses which were sent by Kobe people in Japan to Turkish quake victims. Kobe had suffered a severe quake six years ago as 6,000 people lost their lives. Turkish quake victims survived a deadly quake in which more than 17,000 people killed, as 600,000 people were left homeless.

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TURKEY
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February 09, 2000
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-A Turkish quake victim from the last years deadly August 17...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
Q TURKISH QUAKE VICTIM WOMAN RECEIVES HER NEWLY PREFABRICATED HOUSE SENT BY JAPAN.
TURKEY-QUAKE:ADLIYE VILLAGE, TURKEY,9FEB00-A Turkish quake victim from the last years deadly August 17 earthquake, peers out of a window of a prefabricated house in Adliye village near the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari. Turkish and Japanese ministers attended the opening of the 500 prefabricated houses which were sent by Kobe people in Japan to Turkish quake victims. These prefabricated houses were used in Kobe after a severe quake six years ago killed 6,000 people. Turkish quake victims survived a deadly quake in which more than 17,000 people killed, as 600,000 people were left homeless.

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TURKEY
RTRRSBT
October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) turns around to look at prefabricated building housing a clinic...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH AND ISRAELI PRIME MINISTERS VISIT PREFABRICATED HOUSES FOR QUAKE SURVIVORS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) turns around to look at prefabricated building housing a clinic as he is accompanied by his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) and wife Rahsan (C) at the opening of the Israeli village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
RTRRSBL
October 25, 1999
Turkish soldiers, standing under Turkish and Israeli flags, watch the departure of Israeli and Turkish...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH SOLDIERS STAND FOR SECURITY AT ISRAELI PREFABRICATED HOUSES VILLAGE.
Turkish soldiers, standing under Turkish and Israeli flags, watch the departure of Israeli and Turkish prime ministers October 25 after they attended under heavy security the opening of the Israeli village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
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October 25, 1999
Turkish women watch the departure of Israeli and Turkish prime ministers October 25 after they attended...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH QUAKE VICTIMS AT ISRAELI PREFABRICATED HOUSES VILLAGE.
Turkish women watch the departure of Israeli and Turkish prime ministers October 25 after they attended the opening of the Israeli village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
RTRRSAO
October 25, 1999
A Turkish woman, a quake survivor, holding the hand of her son, looks around at the Israeli village of...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH QUAKE VICTIMS AT ISRAELI PREFABRICATED HOUSES VILLAGE.
A Turkish woman, a quake survivor, holding the hand of her son, looks around at the Israeli village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25, near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit visited the village earlier today.

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TURKEY
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October 25, 1999
A Turkish girl sings the Turkish national anthem as an Israeli girl stands for her turn on a podium decorated...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH NATIONALS ANTHEMS ARE SUNG DURING INAGUARATION OF VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
A Turkish girl sings the Turkish national anthem as an Israeli girl stands for her turn on a podium decorated with Turkish and Israeli flags October 25 in a ceremony in which Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit attended to inaugurate the Israeli village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
RTRRS9U
October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak leans to kiss a Turkish girl giving him a bouquette of flowers at the...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTERS INAGUARATE A VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak leans to kiss a Turkish girl giving him a bouquette of flowers at the opening of Israeli village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
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October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (R) meets Turkish President Suleyman Demirel in Ankara, October 25....
Ankara, Turkey
ISRAELI PM BARAK MEETS TURKISH PRESIDENT DEMIREL IN ANKARA.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (R) meets Turkish President Suleyman Demirel in Ankara, October 25. Barak and his Turkish counterpart opened a prefabricated housing project for victims of Turkey's devastating earthquake during a short visit to the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari on Monday, reinforcing strategic ties between the regional allies.

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TURKEY
RTRRS80
October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak kisses his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) following his speech...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTERS ATTEND THE OPENING OF A VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak kisses his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) following his speech at the opening of Israeli village of 320 prefabricated houses donated by Israelis to Turkish earthquake victims October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
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October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (c) and his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) and wife Rahsan (L)...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTERS INAGUARATE A VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (c) and his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) and wife Rahsan (L) are seated by an Israeli bodyguard during a ceremony for the opening of a village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
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October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak waves to Turkish earthquake victims while inaguarating a village of...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTERS INAGUARATE A VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak waves to Turkish earthquake victims while inaguarating a village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25, near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY ISRAEL
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October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) is congratulated by his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) as...
Adapazari, Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTERS OPEN A VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) is congratulated by his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) as they visit a village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims, October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Ecevit visited the village of houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of the August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
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October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (2R) is surrounded by his Turkish and Israeli bodyguards as he and...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTERS VISIT VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (2R) is surrounded by his Turkish and Israeli bodyguards as he and his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (unseen in picture) visit a village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Ecevit visited the village of houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of the August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
RTRRRUT
October 25, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) gestures to his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) while opening...
Adapazari, Turkey
ISRAELI AND TURKISH PRIME MINISTERS OPEN VILLAGE FOR QUAKE VICTIMS.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) gestures to his Turkish counterpart Bulent Ecevit (R) while opening a memorial at the entrance of a village of 320 prefabricated houses donated to Turkish earthquake victims, October 25 near the northwestern Turkish city of Adapazari. Barak and Ecevit visited the village of prefabricated houses built by Israelis for the quake victims of the August 17 deadly earthquake which killed at least 18,000 and left 600,000 homeless.

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TURKEY
RTRR24O
September 13, 1999
Medics rush an injured woman on a stretcher in the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari September 13,...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
INJURED WOMAN IS HELPED BY EMERGENCY SERVICES FOLLOWING QUAKE AFTERMATH IN TURKEY.
Medics rush an injured woman on a stretcher in the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari September 13, after a powerful aftershock that rocked northwest Turkey. At least seven people died and over 200 people were injured in an aftershock on Monday, four weeks after an earthquake devastated large parts of the same area kiling more than 15,500 people.

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TURKEY
RTRQWSI
August 31, 1999
Turkish soldiers bring plastic water containers to distribute to the quake survivors at a tent city set...
Sakarya, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH SOLDIERS BRING PLASTIC WATER CONTAINERS FOR THE QUAKE SURVIVORS.
Turkish soldiers bring plastic water containers to distribute to the quake survivors at a tent city set up for the earthquake survivors outside the quake-hit northwestern Turkish city of Sakarya August 31. Two strong tremors killed one man on Tuesday as they shook a region of Turkey already devastated by an earthquake that killed at least 14,000 people two weeks ago. In the town of Adapazari (also called Sakarya) a man survived with broken bones after leaping from the third floor as the tremors struck.

FS/GB
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQWSD
August 31, 1999
An aerial photo shows a tent city set up for the thousands of erathquake survivors near the quake-hit...
Sakarya, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TENT CITY NEAR THE SAKARYA TOWN SET UP FOR THE QUAKE SURVIVORS.
An aerial photo shows a tent city set up for the thousands of erathquake survivors near the quake-hit northwestern Turkish city of Sakarya August 31. Two strong tremors killed one man on Tuesday as they shook a region of Turkey already devastated by an earthquake that killed at least 14,000 people two weeks ago. In the town of Adapazari, also known as Sakarya, a man survived with broken bones after leaping from the third floor as the tremors struck earlier today.

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TURKEY
RTRQVKU
August 26, 1999
A Turkish resident rides his bicycle past a street surrounded by the wreckages of devastated apartment...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
QUAKE SURVIVOR RIDES BICYCLE PAST RUBBLE.
A Turkish resident rides his bicycle past a street surrounded by the wreckages of devastated apartment houses in the western Turkish city of Adapazari August 25. The confirmed death toll stood at 13,000 so far, with some 200,000 homeless but the toll is still expected to rise sharply as more bodies are found beneath rubble.

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TURKEY
RTRQVJI
August 26, 1999
Earthquake survivors lower down their goods from their devastated apartment houses in the western Turkish...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
QUAKE SURVIVORS PICK THEIR GOODS.
Earthquake survivors lower down their goods from their devastated apartment houses in the western Turkish city of Adapazari August 25. Confirmed death toll stood at 13,000 so far, with some 200,000 homeless but the toll is still expected to rise sharply as more bodies are found beneath rubble.

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TURKEY
RTRQVJ8
August 26, 1999
A car remains trapped under a collapsed apartment block in the western Turkish city of Adapazari on August...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
CAR TRAPPED UNDER DESTROYED HOUSE.
A car remains trapped under a collapsed apartment block in the western Turkish city of Adapazari on August 25. Confirmed death toll stood at 13,000 so far, with some 200,000 homeless but the toll is still expected to rise sharply as more bodies are found beneath rubble.

FS/JDP
TURKEY
RTRQVIW
August 26, 1999
A Turkish resident cleans his view camera which he picked from his devastated apartment house in the...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
A MAN PICKS HIS CAMERA FROM RUBBLE.
A Turkish resident cleans his view camera which he picked from his devastated apartment house in the western Turkish city of Adapazari August 25. Confirmed death toll stood at 13,000 so far, with some 200,000 homeless but the toll is still expected to rise sharply as more bodies are found beneath rubble.

FS/JDP
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV6E
August 25, 1999
An elderly woman mourns in a camp for those who survived the heavy earthquake last week downtown Adapazari,...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
AN ELDERLY WOMAN WIPES TEARS IN A CAMP IN ADAPZARI.
An elderly woman mourns in a camp for those who survived the heavy earthquake last week downtown Adapazari, August 25. Turkey on Wednesday revised down the death toll from last week's earthquake by over 5,000 to 12,514, acknowledging an error in its calculations. An official at the country's main crisis centre said a mistake had been made in counting the dead in the worst-hit province of Kocaeli. On Tuesday the centre had raised the toll to 17,997. More than a week after a devastating tremor ripped through northwest Turkey, authorities stepped up efforts to rebuild wrecked lives and towns. Wary of the risks of infectious disease, the crisis centre issued orders to raze and cart off the debris from thousands of collapsed buildings, many still containing trapped bodies.

MAD/JDP
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV65
August 25, 1999
An elderly woman mourns while sitting on the street in front of her destroyed house downtown Adapazari,...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
AN ELDERLY WOMAN MOURNS ON THE STREET IN ADAPAZARI.
An elderly woman mourns while sitting on the street in front of her destroyed house downtown Adapazari, August 25. Turkey on Wednesday revised down the death toll from last week's earthquake by over 5,000 to 12,514, acknowledging an error in its calculations.

MAD/CLH/
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV63
August 25, 1999
An elderly woman is hold by family members after after she visited her destroyed house downtown Adapazari,...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
AN ELDERLY WOMAN IS HOLD BY FAMILY MEMBERS IN ADAPAZARI.
An elderly woman is hold by family members after after she visited her destroyed house downtown Adapazari, August 25.Turkey on Wednesday revised down the death toll from last week's earthquake by over 5,000 to 12,514, acknowledging an error in its calculations. An official at the country's main crisis centre said a mistake had been made in counting the dead in the worst-hit province of Kocaeli. On Tuesday the centre had raised the toll to 17,997. More than a week after a devastating tremor ripped through northwest Turkey, authorities stepped up efforts to rebuild wrecked lives and towns. Wary of the risks of infectious disease, the crisis centre issued orders to raze and cart off the debris from thousands of collapsed buildings, many still containing trapped bodies.

MAD/JDP
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV61
August 25, 1999
An elderly woman mourns sitting beside family members after her dead husband was found in their destroyed...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ELDERLY WOMEN MOURN IN ADAPAZARI AFTER THE HEAVY EARTHQUAKE LAST WEEK.
An elderly woman mourns sitting beside family members after her dead husband was found in their destroyed house downtown Adapazari, August 25. The death toll reached more than 18.000 and Turkish authorities expect more than 40.000 people dead after the heavy quake.

MAD
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV5Z
August 25, 1999
A boy carrying bread sits on the street in downtown Adapazari, August 25. Turkey on Wednesday revised...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
A BOY WITH BREAD SITS ON A STREET IN ADAPAZARI.
A boy carrying bread sits on the street in downtown Adapazari, August 25. Turkey on Wednesday revised down the death toll from last week's earthquake by over 5,000 to 12,514, acknowledging an error in its calculations.

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TURKEY
RTXJ5WY
August 24, 1999
A young survivor of the heavy earthquake is hugged by her father after she received some milk and chocolate...
Adapazari, Turkey
A young survivor of the heavy earthquake is hugged by her father after she received some milk and ch.....
A young survivor of the heavy earthquake is hugged by her father after she received some milk and chocolate in a camp for those who survived the earthquake in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll has reached more than 17.997, and Turkish authorities expect more than 40,000 people dead after the heavy August 17 quake.
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TURKEY
RTXJ5WX
August 24, 1999
Helpers clear the debris from a former cinema in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reached...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
Helpers clear the debris from a former cinema in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reach.....
Helpers clear the debris from a former cinema in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reached more than 17,997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities expect the final figure to reach more than 40,000.
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QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV0U
August 24, 1999
A Turkish boy holda a farming tool and prepares to dig through the debris of his devastated house in...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
A TURKISH BOY DIGS FOR RUBBLE.
A Turkish boy holda a farming tool and prepares to dig through the debris of his devastated house in the northwestern Turkish town of Golcuk August 24. The death toll reached more than 17.997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities expect more than 40.000 people dead after the heavy quake.

KP/JRE
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV0T
August 24, 1999
Survivors of the earthquake search for shoes of their size in a pile of clothing collected from Turkish...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
SURVIVORS OF THE EARTHQUAKE SEARCH FOR SHOES IN A CAMP DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
Survivors of the earthquake search for shoes of their size in a pile of clothing collected from Turkish people and brought to a camp in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reached more than 17.997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities expect more than 40.000 people dead after the heavy quake.

MAD/JRE
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV0R
August 24, 1999
Israeli soldiers carry a injured man on a strecher to a helicopter in a camp for those who survived the...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
ISRAELI SOLDIERS CARRY AN INJURED MAN IN ADAPAZARI.
Israeli soldiers carry a injured man on a strecher to a helicopter in a camp for those who survived the last week's earthquake in Adapazari, August 24. The man fell from the debris of his house and was seriously injured. The death toll had reached more than 17,997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities fear the figure could eventually rise to more than 40,000.

MAD/AS
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV0P
August 24, 1999
Survivors of last Tuesday's earthquake take a rest on a bench beside a flooded street in downtown Adapazari,...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
SURVIVORS OF THE EARTHQUAKE TAKE A REST BESIDE A FLOODED STREET IN ADAPAZARI.
Survivors of last Tuesday's earthquake take a rest on a bench beside a flooded street in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll had reached more than 17,997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities expect the figure may rise to more than 40,000 people.

MAD/AS
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV0N
August 24, 1999
A elderly woman rests in a camp for those who survived the earthquake in downtown Adapazari, August 24....
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
A ELDERLY WOMAN RESTS IN A CAMP IN DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
A elderly woman rests in a camp for those who survived the earthquake in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reached more than 17.997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities expect more than 40.000 people dead after the heavy quake.

MAD/JRE
TURKEY QUAKE
RTRQV0L
August 24, 1999
Helpers clear the debris from a former cinema in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reached...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
HELPERS CLEAR THE DEBRIS FROM A CINEMA IN ADAPAZARI.
Helpers clear the debris from a former cinema in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reached more than 17,997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities expect the final figure to reach more than 40,000.

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QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQV0I
August 24, 1999
A young survivor of the heavy earthquake is hugged by her father after she received some milk and chocolate...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
A YOUNG SURVIVOR OF THE EARTHQUAKE IN A CAMP DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
A young survivor of the heavy earthquake is hugged by her father after she received some milk and chocolate in a camp for those who survived the earthquake in downtown Adapazari, August 24. The death toll reached more than 17.997 at 11:00 GMT and Turkish authorities expect more than 40.000 people dead after the heavy quake.

MAD/JRE
TURKEY QUAKE
RTRQUZ3
August 24, 1999
A bridge linking the road between the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari (also called Sakarya) and its...
Adapazari, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
A BRIDGE DESTROYED BY THE EARTHQUAKE NEAR SAKARYA.
A bridge linking the road between the northwest Turkish city of Adapazari (also called Sakarya) and its villages remains completely destroyed August 24 following the last Tuesday's powerful earthquake which measured 7.4 on the Richter scale and rocked western Turkey. As rain fell over the disaster area in the northwest of the country on Tuesday morning, the official death toll arose to 14,360.

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QUAKE TURKEY
RTRUDL8
August 22, 1999
A man disinfects a camp to protect against any possible epidemic diseases in downtown Adapazari, 140km...
Adapazari, Turkey
A MAN DISINFECTS A CAMP IN DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
A man disinfects a camp to protect against any possible epidemic diseases in downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The death toll has reached over 12000 with estimates of a final death toll of some 40,000. Some 200,000 survivors from Tuesday quake which hit northwestern Turkey are homeless.

MAD/ns
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRUDL0
August 22, 1999
Two women cry in front of a destroyed house downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The death...
Adapazari, Turkey
TWO WOMEN CRY IN FRONT OF A DESTROYED HOUSE DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
Two women cry in front of a destroyed house downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The death toll currently standing at over 12,000 could reach up to 40,000 the United Nations said on Sunday.

MAD/AA
TURKEY
RTRQUJ9
August 22, 1999
Religious head Imam Erhan Yanmaz of Fatih mosque from Serdivan town prays beside the graves of eight...
Adapazari, Turkey
IMAN PRAYS BY GRAVES OF EIGHT MEMBERS OF A FAMILY WHO WERE EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS.
Religious head Imam Erhan Yanmaz of Fatih mosque from Serdivan town prays beside the graves of eight members of the Ocak family at the Serdivan cemetery near the western Turkish city of Adapazari August 22. Deputy mayor of township Mustafa Ocak along with his family members Asiye, Nuriye, Vahap, Sureyya, Mine, Ismail, Esra were buried here and their graves were covered with lime against epidemic disease. The death toll from Tuesday's quake could reach up to 40,000 with some 200,000 left homeless the United Nations said on Sunday.

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TURKEY
RTRQUJ2
August 22, 1999
Cemetery custodian Ahmet wearing a medical mask and clothes smeared with lime walks past the graves on...
Adapazari, Turkey
CEMETERY CUSTODIAN WALKS BY ON GRAVES OF EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS.
Cemetery custodian Ahmet wearing a medical mask and clothes smeared with lime walks past the graves on which he shovelled lime powder as a measure against epidemic diseases at the Serdivan cemetery near the western Turkish city of Adapazari August 22. The death toll currently standing at 12,040 could reach up to 40,000 with some 200,000 left homeless the United Nations said on Sunday.

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TURKEY
RTRQUIP
August 22, 1999
Turkish soldiers, helping rescue operations, try to reach their relatives at an emergency communications...
Adapazari, Turkey
TURKISH SOLDIERS PHONE THEIR RELATIVES.
Turkish soldiers, helping rescue operations, try to reach their relatives at an emergency communications center in the western Turkish city of Adapazari August 21. The death toll in the Tuesday's quake currently standing at 12,040 could reach up to 40,000 with some 200,000 left homeless the United Nations said on Sunday.

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TURKEY
RTRQUIL
August 22, 1999
A group of Israeli doctors from the rescue team gather around their colleague holding a newly-born baby...
Adapazari, Turkey
ISRAELI RESCUE TEAM POSE WITH A NEWLY-BORN BABY IN TURKEY.
A group of Israeli doctors from the rescue team gather around their colleague holding a newly-born baby after they helped an earthquake survivor to give birth at a field hospital near the western Turkish city of Adapazari August 21. A 400-strong Israeli rescue team is helping earthquake rescue operations along with other local and foreign teams following the powerful earthquake on Tuesday which rocked northwest Turkey. The baby, who is not yet named, was born on Friday night. Picture taken August 21.

FS/AA
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUII
August 22, 1999
A man searches for clothes in the debris of his destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul,...
Adapazari, Turkey
A MAN SEARCHES FOR CLOTHES IN THE DEBRIS OF HIS HOUSE DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
A man searches for clothes in the debris of his destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The Turkish Army closed most of the roads on Sunday to take measure against any possible looting from the destroyed houses. The official death toll has reached 12040. Thousands of others were feared still buried under the rubble of apartment blocks demolished by Tuesday's earthquake.

MAD/AA
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUIF
August 22, 1999
A resident of Adapazari, 140km near Istanbul argues with a Turkish soldier as he tries to reach his destroyed...
Adapazari, Turkey
RESIDENT OF ADAPAZARI TRIES TO REACH DESTROYED HOUSE DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
A resident of Adapazari, 140km near Istanbul argues with a Turkish soldier as he tries to reach his destroyed house, August 22. The Turkish Army closed most of the roads to take measure against any possible looting from the destroyed houses. The official death toll has reached 12040. Thousands of others were feared still buried under the rubble of apartment blocks demolished by Tuesday's earthquake.

MAD
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUID
August 22, 1999
Residents search in the debris of a destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, near 140km near Istanbul,...
Adapazari, Turkey
RESIDENTS OF ADAPAZARI SEARCH IN THE DEBRIS OF A DESTROYED HOUSE DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
Residents search in the debris of a destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, near 140km near Istanbul, August 22. The death toll from the earthquake currently standing at over 12,000 could reach up to 40,000 with some 200,000 left homeless the United Nations said on Sunday.

MAD/AA
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUHR
August 22, 1999
Earthquake survivors stand in line to receive food from rescue workers on a street in downtown Adapazari,...
Adapazari, Turkey
INHABITANTS OF ADAPAZARI STAND IN LINE FOR FOOD.
Earthquake survivors stand in line to receive food from rescue workers on a street in downtown Adapazari, some 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The death toll has reached more than 12,000 with officials estimating the final toll to reach as many as 40,000 dead. More than 200,000 are homeless.

MAD/NS/
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUHP
August 22, 1999
A young infant and earthquake survivor holds a pack of biscuits whilst sitting next to his family's belongings...
Adapazari, Turkey
A YOUNG INFANT SIT ON THE STREET DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE IN TURKEY.
A young infant and earthquake survivor holds a pack of biscuits whilst sitting next to his family's belongings on a sidewalk in downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The death toll from the earthquake currently standing at over 12,000 could reach up to 40,000 with some 200,000 left homeless the United Nations said on Sunday.

MAD/AA
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUHN
August 22, 1999
An elderly man talks on a phone as other earthquake survivors wait their turn to reach their relatives...
Adapazari, Turkey
QUAKE SURVIVORS USE EMERGENCY PHONES TO CONTACT RELATIVES.
An elderly man talks on a phone as other earthquake survivors wait their turn to reach their relatives near an emergency telephone center installed by Turkish telecom to give free service to the residents in the center of Adapazari, some 140km from Istanbul, August 22. Officials estimate that the final death toll could reach 40,000.

MAD/NS/
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUHK
August 22, 1999
Three women camp in front of their destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, some 140km from Istanbul, August...
Adapazari, Turkey
THREE WOMEN CAMP IN FRONT OF THEIR DESTROYED HOUSE DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
Three women camp in front of their destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, some 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The official death toll has reached 12040, and is expected to reach 40,000. Thousands of others were feared still buried under the rubble of apartment blocks demolished by Tuesday's earthquake.

MAD
QUAKE TURKEY
RTRQUHF
August 22, 1999
A woman sits and crys in front of a destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul, August...
Adapazari, Turkey
A WOMAN CRYS IN FRONT OF HER DESTROYED HOUSE DOWNTOWN ADAPAZARI.
A woman sits and crys in front of a destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, 140km from Istanbul, August 22. The death toll from the earthquake currently standing at over 12,000 could reach up to 40,000 with some 200,000 left homeless the United Nations said on Sunday.

MAD
TURKEY
RTXJ5Y7
August 20, 1999
A man searches for earthquake victims in the rubble of a destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, some...
Adapazari, Turkey
A man searches for earthquake victims in the rubble of a destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, some.....
A man searches for earthquake victims in the rubble of a destroyed house in downtown Adapazari, some 140km from Istanbul, August 20. As the official death toll from Turkey's earthquake topped 8,700 on Friday, officials said a 'horrendous' number of people still lay buried under the rubble and fears grew of disease stalking the worst hit areas.
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TURKEY
RTXJ5Y6
August 20, 1999
Two women mourn beside the covered body of their sister in front of a destroyed house downtown Adapazari,...
Adapazari, Turkey
Two women mourn beside the covered body of their sister in front of a destroyed house downtown Adapa.....
Two women mourn beside the covered body of their sister in front of a destroyed house downtown Adapazari, near Istanbul, August 20. More then 8.700 people were killed in the recent earthquake Turkish authorities announced Friday morning. ??»
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