WORLD 17 killed in floods in Turkey's Black Sea provinces

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17 killed in floods in Turkey's Black Sea provinces

Xinhua

08:17, August 13, 2021

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

A man wades through a road at a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey, on Aug. 12, 2021. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

People are seen at a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey, on Aug. 12, 2021. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows an area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows an area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2021 shows a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

People check a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey, on Aug. 12, 2021. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

Rescuers work at a residential area affected by floods in Bozkurt district of Kastamonu province, Turkey, on Aug. 12, 2021. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday announced that 17 people were killed in the country's flood-struck Black Sea region. The heavy rainfall starting on Wednesday in Bartin, Kastamonu, and Sinop provinces triggered flash floods and landslides, demolishing some homes and bridges, and sweeping away some cars. (Xinhua)

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