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The city affected by the earthquake in Turkey shown in satellite images

Photo: Maxar Technologies

The footage was taken on February 8th. In the photo, damage can be seen across the city. A large number of tall buildings collapsed.

Maxar Technologies has published satellite images of the Turkish city of Antakya, which was hit by an earthquake.

It is known that the footage was taken on February 8.

In the photo, damage can be seen across the city. A large number of tall buildings collapsed.

It will be remembered that on February 6, strong earthquakes occurred in the southeast of Turkey, which affected neighboring Syria.

According to the latest data, 12,049 people have been killed in the powerful earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. At least 9,057 people died in Turkey. 52,979 others were injured. In Syria, at least 2,992 people died in total.

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