Turkey and Greece hit by strong earthquake: two dead and 200 injured – as it happenedIn 360 Just In, World darshiJuly 21, 2017 0 Share Share Tweet One of those who died named as resorts expect more aftershocks This blog is now closing. Here’s a rundown of what has happened since our last summary: One of the two people who died in the earthquake has been named as Turkish national Sinan Kurdoglu by the country’s government. A Swedish man also died, but he has not been named. The affected area is likely to keep feeling aftershocks for over the next fortnight, though these are unlikely to cause major problems. The Greek armed forces were put on alert, with a 15-strong team from the country’s specialist search and rescue units, flying into Kos in the early hours. 0 Share Share Tweet Previous Post Trump’s legal team spokesman resigns amid reported shake-up Next Post Vaas to coach fast bowlers for India series darshi Join Our Newsletter! Love Daynight? We love to tell you about our new stuff. Subscribe to newsletter! You may also read!Weather havoc : Death toll risen, rains to continue May 25, 2018 14 0 CommentsBy: darshiThe Disaster Management Centre says that the adverse weather has hit 19 districts affecting around 126,000. The death tollRead More...Eva Wanasundara sworn in as Acting Chief Justice May 24, 2018 16 0 CommentsBy: darshiSupreme Court Judge, Mrs. Eva Wanasundara has been sworn in as Acting Chief Justice before President Maithripala Sirisena atRead More...New dress code for pregnant teachers May 24, 2018 25 0 CommentsBy: darshiThe Education Ministry has introduced a special dress code for expectant teachers from today based on a decision takenRead More... Leave a reply: Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.