About 200 metres of the hillside collapsed - The soil reached a few kilometres from the Euphrates River
The weather is expected to be mostly clear during the night. In larger parts of the country, it will be mostly calm, with a gentle to moderate southwest wind in Northeastern Bulgaria. Minimum temperatures will range between 4° and 9°, with lower temperatures in the valleys of Western Bulgaria, around 3° in Sofia. Tomorrow, it will be mostly sunny again with scattered high clouds.
Millions of people early Feb. 6 partook in "silent marches," traversing through desolate streets across 11 southern provinces to commemorate the 53,537 lives on the first anniversary of the twin earthquakes.
Participants observed a moment of silence at 4:17 a.m., the haunting moment when the first tremor of 7.7 magnitude struck the cities while millions were asleep.
HATAY, Turkey - "It felt like the world was turning upside down. Telling the story is not the same as experiencing it." Sixty-one-year-old Kanraman Karat vividly remembers this night last year when the earth shook violently in the middle of his slumbers, taking tens of thousands of lives and destroying hundreds of thousands of properties.