New earthquakes kill more people in Turkey

Rescuers are once again searching for people trapped under rubble in Turkey after two new earthquakes hit the country, killing at least three people.
Tremors of six point four and five point eight magnitude struck in the south-east near the border with Syria, where massive quakes devastated both countries on the sixth of this month.

The three deaths occurred in Antakya, Define and Samandag with reports of fear and panic in the streets as ambulances and rescue crews tried to reach the worst affected areas where the walls of badly damaged buildings had collapsed.