There is a mood of mourning in the Turkish Cypriot community, as it counts seven dead in the major earthquakes that hit southeastern Turkey.
According to information from the Turkish Cypriot press, so far the death of seven Turkish Cypriots has been confirmed in Turkey. The list of the dead also includes an infant, baby Poiraz.
Mother Elif Akbaba, who had gone to Maras for the holidays, died along with her children Ilknur Akbaba and Arda Akbaba.
In Antioch, Amats Arnavutoglou, a member of the “civil defense” staff, was buried under the debris and lost his life.
In Antioch, the young Turkish Cypriot footballer Mehmet Gülen lost his life.
In Alexandretta, Seima Kiose fought to keep herself and her baby Poiraz alive after they were freed from the debris. The little angel and the mother succumbed to their injuries and eventually failed to survive.
Meanwhile, the Near East College Youth Handball Team, the Nicosia Turkish Lyceum Youth Handball Team are returning to the occupied territories. , the junior volleyball team of the Namik Kemal High School and the junior volleyball team of the Turkish College “Maarif” of Famagusta. in Antijaman