World Bulletin / News Desk
A pair of earthquakes shook Aegean Sea, western Turkey late Saturday, according to the country’s Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD).
One quake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale hit at 10.33 p.m. local time (1933GMT) while a second one measuring 5.3 struck 17 minutes later at 10.50 p.m. (1950GMT), AFAD said on its website.
No casualties or structural damage have been reported so far.
Last week, the region was rattled by a 6.2-magnitude quake which struck coastal Izmir's Karaburun district at 3.28 p.m. local time (1228GMT) at a depth of 22.98 kilometers (14 miles).
Presidential spokesman says Ankara hopes Berlin will investigate reports claiming coup suspect Adil Oksuz is in Germany
Transport minister says every tunnel, bridge and structure is being built keeping in mind possible earthquake
Refugees, Turkish host communities to acquire working skills in $1.7-million project backed by Turkish agriculture ministry
German leader's hard line on updating Turkey-EU customs deal meets criticism in Ankara
Deposit banks see their profits reach $4.81 billion
BIST 100 index rises 0.51 percent as US dollar/Turkish lira rate falls to 3.52
"This nation gave you your lesson, and you will take your lessons again," says Binali Yildirim
Security forces give daily tally of foreigners attempting crossing from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Greece
Visit by Estonian leader could 'revive' relations, says Turkish PM
Presidential spokesman accuses European press of being biased over judicial proceeding on defeated coup attempt
Death took place during counterterrorism operation in Sirnak province
'Turkey is ready to provide support with all possible means,' FM Cavusoglu says
Suspects are former employees of Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey
Belgian national allegedly joined terror group in Syria 3 years ago
Unemployment figure shows steady decrease on monthly basis during 5 consecutive months of 2017, according to TurkStat