Erdogan declares state of emergency for Turkey quake zone

ISTANBUL, Feb 7 (Reuters) — President Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday declared as a disaster zone the 10 provinces affected by the devastating earthquakes in southern Turkey, imposing a state of emergency in the region for three months.

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