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More than 100 aftershocks have hit the Turkish coastal city of Izmir since a devastating earthquake, with more than 20 buildings collapsing, leaving 27 dead and more than 800 injured. According to the World News Agency, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake shook the Turkish coastal city of Izmir and the Greek island of Samos yesterday.
At least 140 people have been rescued from the rubble of buildings in Turkey, while more than 800 injured have been taken to hospitals, where 27 people have been confirmed dead. Dozens of injured are in critical condition and the death toll is expected to rise. On the other hand, a girl and her mother were crushed to death when a building collapsed on the Greek island of Jamos, while several people were injured. More than 100 aftershocks have been felt in Turkey since the deadly quake, causing panic among residents and hampering relief efforts.
The administration had already evacuated buildings in the affected areas in view of any damage. Rehabilitation workers are still evacuating those trapped under the rubble, and the cries of those buried under the rubble can be heard standing outside. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. According to the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of the quake was at Samos, 14 km from the Greek region of Karlovasi, with a magnitude of 7 on the Richter scale.
The stages from voting to being elected president
The US presidential election is taking place at a time when the global Corona epidemic has engulfed the United States and claimed more than 200,000 lives, forcing an extraordinary number of Americans to vote by mail. While according to the statistics that have come out in the last few days, a large number of people have preferred to cast their votes directly in the pre-vote. According to the Pew Research Center , most voting will be completed before November 3, but is the process as simple as counting votes and announcing the winner? As of October 28, six days before the election, 70 million Americans out of 150 million voters had cast their ballots, a historic turn and could be the largest turnout in a century, according to the US Election Project. However, if a candidate fails to get a majority, the key to the decision goes to the House of Representatives, while the Senate votes for the vice president.
There is a question mark over the entire US system as Trump has announced that he will not make a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the November election, saying the matter will go to the Supreme Court where Concerns will be raised about the epidemic that has become so popular. Whatever the final outcome, the United States and the world will have to wait longer than November 3 to see what happens.
Muslims have the right to be punished for historical crimes in France, Mahathir
Reacting to the sketches, former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said that Macron had blamed the entire Muslim Ummah for the actions of an angry individual. In this sense, Muslims also have the right to punish France for historical crimes. In a statement on the microblogging site, former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad wrote that Macron had blamed the entire Muslim Ummah for the actions of an angry individual, in the sense that Muslims have a right to punish France for historic crimes. He added that France had killed millions of Muslims in its history, but that Muslims had not retaliated against the French by following the law of retribution. Freedom of expression does not entitle anyone to insult. In the name of freedom of expression, no one has the right to go and speak ill of another person. Mahathir Mohamad added that the West’s attempt to impose its own values on us was tantamount to snatching our freedom. The West is far from its religion, but it should not insult other religions.
Originally published at https://zaviews.blogspot.com.