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Turkish president calls for new constitution embracing all people
DIYARBAKIR, TÜRKİYE - APRIL 14: The Turkish president on Friday called for the creation of a new constitution for the country that stands up for the public’s hopes and dreams. "Let's make a new, civil, libertarian constitution that embraces the dreams of all the people of this country. This is a call for all 85 million (people in Türkiye)," Recep Tayyip Erdogan told a groundbreaking ceremony for houses and the handover of over 1,400 houses and 17 shops in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir. Speaking in what is known as Türkiye's largest Kurdish-majority city, Erdogan spoke of thousands of killings by the terrorist group PKK, saying the group’s interest is not the Kurdish people, as they are "murderers and terrorists." "They are not interested in Diyarbakir. They work for the interest of whoever backs them," he added. .(Footage by /Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Turkey Elections Diyarbakir Voting
Turkey Elections Diyarbakir Voting
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Street Scenes GVS beauties TURKEY 00,13 EWS DIYARBAKIR CITY WALLS 01,33 GV OF BRIDGE OF RIVER TIGRIS (DICLE) 01,55 CHILDREN PLAYING IN STREET 02,15 CITY WALLS 03,30 MUSCIANS 04,10 MALES IN TRADITIONAL DRESS DANCING 15,50 YOUNG MEN WALKING ON WALL 16,30 CU OF MEN WATCHING DANCERS 19,57 END.
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Turkish president vows to not rest until all quake-hit areas revived
GAZIANTEP, TÜRKİYE - MARCH 31: Following the massive earthquakes that shook southern Türkiye last month, the country's president vowed Friday not to rest until the entire quake-hit region revived. "We will not stop until we revive all of our cities destroyed by the earthquake, along with their villages and districts," said Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a groundbreaking ceremony for new houses in the quake-hit city of Gaziantep. Saying that a "comprehensive preparation for the transformation of risky buildings across Türkiye" is being carried out, Erdogan pledged to "make our cities safe, peaceful, resistant to earthquakes, floods, landslides, fires, and all other risks as soon as possible with the Türkiye National Risk Shield model." "Our aim is to construct a total of 650,000 new houses, 319,000 of which are to be completed within a year, and deliver them to the quake victims," he added. On Feb. 6, earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 struck 11 Turkish provinces – Adana, Adiyaman, Diyarbakir, Elazig, Hatay, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye, and Sanliurfa – claiming more than 50,000 lives. Over 13.5 million people in Türkiye have been affected by the quakes, as well as many others in northern Syria. Erdogan also asked for support in the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14, and expressed his desire for Türkiye to continue on the "right path" as the country and the world face "a critical crossroads." Türkiye will head to the ballot boxes on May 14 to elect its president and members of parliament. (Footage by Mesut Tankulu/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
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Turkey Election Diyarbakir Reactions
Turkey Election Diyarbakir Reactions
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05:06:50:17 CS/VS CNN (CABLE NEWS NETWORK). INCOMPLETE ON THE KURDISH REFUGEE CAMP JUST ALONG THE IRAQI BORDER WITH TURKEY. 05:08:50:12 SU MIKE LEE. 05:11:14:10 INTV/W A NAVY MAJOR ABOUT THE OPERATION TO PROVIDE HUMANITARIAN RELIEF TO KURDISH REFUGEES WHO HAVE FLED THEIR HOMES IN IRAQ FOLLOWING A FAILED ATTEMPTED UPRISING AGAINST PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN AND HIS GOVERNMENT. CI: PERSONALITIES: HUSSEIN, SADDAM (ABOUT). HUMANKIND: REFUGEES, KURDISH (ABOUT).
Turkey Election Voting Diyarbakir
Turkey Election Voting Diyarbakir
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Debris removal works ongoing in southern Hatay province of Türkiye
HATAY, TÜRKİYE - MARCH 2: Drone footage from quakes-hit Hatay province of Türkiye showed on Thursday (March 2) the ongoing debris removal work in the areas where the search and rescue efforts have been completed. On Feb. 6, magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 quakes struck 11 provinces – Adana, Adiyaman, Diyarbakir, Elazig, Hatay, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye and Sanliurfa. More than 13 million people in Türkiye have been affected by the devastating quakes as well as many in northwestern Syria. Police and gendarmerie teams accompany the debris removal process, which is carried out by squeezing water with the support of the firefighters in the region. Türkiye is dealing with the aftermath of the devastating quakes that have claimed at least 45,000 lives in the country’s southern region. (Footage by Omer Faruk Cebeci /Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Turkey Plane Crash 3 - Hospital scenes from Diyarbakir/ exteriors airport
TAPE: EF03/0023 IN_TIME: 00:12:43 DURATION: 2:29 SOURCES: CHA RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Diyarbakir - 8 Jan 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Various interiors of hospital foyer 2. Various of relatives gathered outside hospital 3. Various of ambulances arriving at hospital 4. Man being taken into hospital on stretcher (unclear if he was injured in plane crash or whether he is a distraught relative) 5. Woman being taken into hospital on stretcher (unclear if she was injured in plane crash or whether she is a distraught relative) 6. Wide exterior of hospital building 7. Various of relatives gathering outside hospital 8. Military at entrance to Diyarbakir airport 9. Close up of fire engine 10. Fire engine driving through airport entrance STORYLINE: A Turkish Airlines flight crashed on Wednesday as it tried to land at an airport in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey, reportedly killing 72 people. Five people on board are believed to have survived and have been taken to nearby Diyarbakir hospital. Relatives of passengers were flocking to the hospital for news of their loved ones. The RJ-100 passenger aircraft plane crashed in a military area near the airport and soldiers were helping to evacuate the injured, according to CNN-Turk television. Five of the injured were evacuated to nearby Diyarbakir hospital. CNN-Turk television said the injured were in shock but had no life threatening injuries. Anatolia reported doctors in the area were called to the city's main hospital to deal with the injured. It was not clear if there were additional injured people who were being evacuated to the hospital. Turkey's transport minister Binali Yildirim said the plane crashed in heavy fog but said the exact cause of the crash would be determined after the plane's black box is recovered.
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Turkish FM goes Austria with Türkiye’s first locally made electric car Togg
VIENNA, AUSTRIA - APRIL 14: Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu went to Vienna, the capital of Austria with Türkiye’s first first locally made electric car Togg to meet with Austrian counterpart on Friday (April 14). Cavusoglu held his first meeting with his Austrian counterpart Alexander Schallenberg. Expressing gratitude to Austria for their support after the massive earthquakes that shook Türkiye's southern regions on Feb. 6, Cavusoglu on Twitter said the two countries "will further increase economic, trade and cultural cooperation." He also said that they have "exchanged views on the developments regarding Ukraine, Syria and South Caucasus." Cavusoglu, will go to all the meetings he will hold during his stay in Vienna with the Togg T10X car. The twin earthquakes on Feb. 6 in southern Türkiye killed more than 50,000 people in the country and prompted international solidarity. The magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 quakes struck 11 Turkish provinces — Adana, Adiyaman, Diyarbakir, Elazig, Hatay, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye and Sanliurfa. Around 14 million people in Türkiye have been affected by the quakes as well as many others in northern Syria. (Footage by Cagri Korucu/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
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DIYARBAKIR
Street Scenes GVS beauties TURKEY 00,00 CU OLD MEN TALKING 00,22 GV OF TOWN SQUARE 00,35 MEN SITTING AROUND SMALL TABLE 00,50 MAN FIXING NECKLACE MADE OF BEADS 03,05 MEN EXAMINING NEW WATCHES 07,30 CU OLD MAN 07,35 OLE MEN TALKING AROUND TABLE 08,35 MEN TRADING NECKLACES MADE OF BEADS 10,42 GV OF TOWN SQUARE 15,05 GV OF TOWN SQUARE REFLECTED IN WINDOW 16,29 GV SILHOUETTE PEOPLE WALKING THROUGH ARCH 17,55 GV OF MARKET SCNENE 22,50 GV CITY ROOFTOPS 24,30 DUSK HIGH SHOTS OF ROOF TOPS 25,17 SUNSET OVER DIYARBAKIR 25,47 CU SUNSET 25,50 GV MIST RISING OVER CITY 26,17 DISTANT SHOT OD SUNSET 26,35 EARLY EVENINFG STREET SCENE 26,42 YOUNG MAN LOOKING DESTITUTE 26,49 OLD MEN TALKING 27,21 END
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Diyarbakir residents awake to Erdogan victory
Turkey Missiles 2 - Arrivals of Patriot missiles for Turkish defensive capability
TAPE: EF03/0189 IN_TIME: 03:30:05 DURATION: 1:47 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Inskenderun/Diyarbakir - 28 Feb 2003 SHOTLIST: Diyarbakir 1. Various shots of military convoy passing under bridge 2. Convoy driving through town, shot from bridge 3. Wide shot, convoy arriving at the base 4. Mid shot, convoy arriving at base 5. Various shots of convoy turning into base 6. Long shot of convoy driving into base Iskenderun 7. Wide shot Iskenderun port, vehicle being unloaded 8. Various of vehicles being unloaded from cargo ship 9. Mid shot of cargo ship 10. Various of Dutch Patriot missiles on the road to local Naval base 11. Army personnel on port 12. Military vehicles 13. Soldier on watchtower 14. Various wide shot of port STORYLINE Dutch soldiers unloaded Patriot missiles at the southern Turkish port of Iskenderun on Friday for transferral to a nearby naval base, at Diyarbakir. The missiles were part of NATO equipment deployed to defend Turkey from a possible Iraqi attack if there is a war. The first two Dutch Patriot batteries left the Mediterranean port for Diyarbakir, some 500 kilometres (310 miles) northeast. A third was expected to arrive on Friday. Some 100 trucks, carrying the missiles and other equipment, slowly climbed up the highway toward Diyarbakir. Soldiers stood guard on rooftops and hills along the highway while Turkish armoured personnel carriers guard highway overpasses. The Dutch units will be positioned in Diyarbakir and nearby Batman, home to air bases which are expected to be used by US warplanes and helicopters in a possible war on Iraq. Diyarbakir, with a population of about a (M) million, is the largest city in southeastern Turkey and is some 220 kilometres (150 miles) from the Iraqi border. Patriot systems were also stationed in Diyarbakir during the 1991 Gulf War. The Turkish government asked NATO on Wednesday for more anti-missile systems, along with gas masks and protective clothing to guard against biological or chemical attacks. NATO members are expected to make a decision within a week. Thursday's equipment arrived as Turkish politicians debated whether the US can deploy more than 60-thousand combat troops for a possible offensive against Iraq. Parliament had been expected to vote on the deployment late on Thursday, but the ruling Justice and Development party asked parliament to postpone the debate to Saturday. The politicians approved the request. Diplomats have been negotiating a multibillion dollar economic aid package aimed at compensating Turkey for any losses incurred in a war. They are also negotiating the future of Iraq and the military command structure in case of US and Turkish deployment in northern Iraq. Washington wants to use Turkey as a staging point to open a northern front and divide the Iraqi army between the north and the south. US officials say they need a decision from Turkey as soon as possible. War in Iraq is very unpopular among Turks, and many Justice politicians have said they oppose any Turkish participation in an attack.
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Drone shows destruction in Adiyaman, Türkiye before and after quake
ADIYAMAN, TÜRKİYE - RECENT / MARCH, 2023: Drone footage of Türkiye's Adiyaman province revealed the extent of devastation from the two major earthquakes that struck southern provinces in the country on Feb. 6. More than 50,000 people were killed by two strong earthquakes that jolted southern Türkiye. On Feb. 6, magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 quakes struck 11 provinces — Adana, Adiyaman, Diyarbakir, Elazig, Hatay, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye and Sanliurfa. More than 13.5 million people in Türkiye have been affected by the devastating quakes. The figure of damaged buildings reached 416,021 as of Monday. A total of 21,850 buildings were declared as collapsed, 27,836 with heavy damage, 36,129 with medium damage, and 330,206 with light damage.(Footage by Yusuf Demir - Müjdat Genç /Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Saving victims: a race against time
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