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Was there an earthquake? Breaking earthquake news April 4, 2023… Last earthquakes in Kandilli Observatory and AFAD!

On the second day of the week, earthquakes occurred in different parts of the country. Earthquakes concentrated in and around Kahramanmaraş. On the other hand, Adana, Aegean Sea, Adıyaman, Malatya and Gaziantep were the other provinces where earthquakes were experienced. So, in which other regions did earthquakes occur?

Kandilli Observatory LAST EARTHQUAKE 4 APRIL 2023

The list of last minute earthquakes, which Kandilli Observatory shared information about the earthquakes that occurred on Tuesday, April 4, 2023, is as follows…

CLICK HERE FOR THE LIST OF KANDİLLİ LAST EARTHQUAKE…

AFAD RECENT EARTHQUAKE PAGE

The last minute earthquakes page, where the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency shares the intensity, hours, depth and epicenters of the earthquakes experienced today, is as follows…

CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF AFAD RECENT EARTHQUAKE…

against earthquake \"reverse migration\" measure: How will the population of Istanbul be reduced?

The „reverse migration“ measure against the earthquake: How will the population of Istanbul be reduced?

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The article is about a series of earthquakes that occurred on April 4, 2023, in different parts of Turkey, particularly in and around Kahramanmaraş, Adana, Aegean Sea, Adıyaman, Malatya, and Gaziantep. The Kandilli Observatory and Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency shared information about the earthquakes on their respective last minute earthquake pages. The article also discusses measures against earthquakes, such as the „reverse migration“ policy to reduce the population of Istanbul.

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